“Natasha was a pleasure to work with from start to finish, she was very attentive and really listened to what I wanted in my next role. Everything I said I wanted, she took on board and found me a role that met my requirements. Interviews were arranged efficiently around my commitments and the interview preparation I received was brilliant. She always followed up with calls when she said she would and is everything you would expect for a good R2R from a reputable company. I would definitely recommend Natasha and Futura to clients and candidates alike. ”Futura candidate
Resigning your job is seldom easy. It’s unsettling – and you don’t know if you’ll be asked to work your notice, leave right away or even be tempted back with a counter-offer.
When you hand in your notice, it’s quite likely you will be made a counter offer – but beware: there are good reasons why accepting a counter offer can be a bad move.
No one finds it easy to hand in his or her notice. You have difficult feelings to deal with and potentially a difficult situation. But with some preparation and thought, your resignation can go more smoothly.
Many people find it understandably hard to write their resignation letter, and fret greatly about how it is worded. Our template will help.