Resignation letter bullying boss (9 Samples)

In this brief article, we will curate a list of “ Resignation letter bullying boss       “.

Sample 1: Resignation letter bullying boss

“ (Your Name)

(Your Address) (Your Contact Information)

(Date)

(Manager’s Name) (Company Address)

(Manager’s Contact Information)

(Dear Manager Name: ),

This letter is to inform you of my formal resignation from my position as copywriter at Connelly’s. This will take place exactly 2 weeks from September 29, 2018.

As you may know, I have been dealing with a situation involving conflict with some coworkers in the department. This occurred after my promotion to head copywriter. On September 1, 2018, the security cam found that fellow employees were removing papers from my file cabinet. This is the final straw. You can understand that it is impossible to continue to function in this environment, so it is with heartfelt regret that I must leave the position I’ve worked so hard to attain.

I truly apologize for any inconvenience that this decision will make on the company and the staff. Rest assured that I wil have no problem training my successor. Thank you for your time and consideration in reviewing the above matter. If you have any questions or concerns, I am available at 555-234-3213.

Best Regards,

(Your Signature)

(Your Name)

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Sample 2: Resignation letter bullying boss

“  (Your Name)

(Your Address) (Your Contact Information)

(Date)

(Manager’s Name) (Company Address)

(Manager’s Contact Information)

(Dear Manager Name: ),

Regrettably, I must resign from my position of head of hospitality management due to recent, insurmountable conflicts between myself and my immediate manager. This resignation will take place 2 weeks from March 1, 2018.

The reason for my resignation is due to a recent escalation of tension between myself and my supervisor. For whatever reason, my religious belief has been attacked regularly. I do not see how my choice of belief should affect my productiveness. As such it is with a heavy heart that I must depart the company. Despite this, I must add that I am sincerely appreciative of the opportunities afforded me during my employment.

In order to ensure a smooth transition, I’ll be available to train my replacement as soon as possible. Again, much success to both you and the company.

Thank you,

(Your Signature)

(Your Name)

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Sample 3 : Resignation letter bullying boss 

Experiences over the past several months convince me that I must resign from my position as counselor, effective no later than two weeks from today. When I was initially hired at Doe Corporation, I thought that this was a company believed, as I did, that the relationship between a company and its employees should be mutually beneficial. Poor wages, infrequent raises, uncompensated overtime, routine layoffs, and an excessive workload have convinced me otherwise. Therefore, I can no longer work for a company that clearly undervalues the worth of its employees.

I want to thank you, however, for being a wonderful supervisor. I appreciate the time you took to discuss my concerns with me. I know you did everything you could to improve our working conditions, but the fact that your efforts have been persistently ignored by upper management is indicative that things are not about to change in the near future. I sincerely hope that my resignation does not adversely reflect upon you in any way.

Two weeks should provide adequate time for me to complete my assignments. According to current policy, I suspect my duties will be assimilated in the usual way. Nonetheless, I will gladly ensure that my more difficult accounts are settled before I leave.

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Sample 4:  Resignation letter bullying boss 

“Please accept this letter as official notification of my intent to retire early. If convenient, I would like to schedule my date of departure for the end of this month. However, if you feel my leaving then will present serious difficulties for my associates, I will gladly stay until the end of next month. However, I don’t believe there should be any reason for me to postpone my retirement beyond that time.

Recent events have motivated me to reexamine my reasons for working here. Ever since this company acquired the Doe Corporation, I have been dissatisfied with my job. When I was originally hired, we agreed that my travel time would be kept to a minimum, but now I am expected to travel across the country each week auditing files. Unfortunately, my family obligations render this expectation unacceptable. Because I enjoyed my job so much before the merger, however, I am upset that it has come to this. But since I have been given no other alternative, I am confident this decision is in the best interest of all concerned.

The company has contributed immeasurably to my professional career. I will always be indebted to you for granting the financial assistance needed to further my education and for company-sponsored training seminars, which permitted me to acquire the proficiency needed to excel in my profession.

Although I plan to work elsewhere, I also intend to do some part-time consulting and would enjoy being involved in special short-term projects. Please let me know if you are interested in including me in these activities. If there is anything else you would like to discuss with me, I would be happy to meet with you at your convenience.

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Sample 5   Resignation letter bullying boss   

“ January 25, 2018

(Employer Name)

(Company)

(Address)

Dear (Employer Name),

After repeated reports to HR, I feel that I have no other option than to resign, effective (date). As I have previously mentioned, I have been bullied by (Name) for (discriminatory reason) and forced to (work late, work extra, step outside of contract, etc.) under threat and intimidation. I believe that a workplace should be harassment free, and I am no longer able to work in these conditions.

Sincerely,

Name

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Sample 6:  Resignation letter bullying boss 

“[Date]

[Immediate Supervisor],

Please accept this letter as notice of my formal resignation from my position at [xyz company]. My last day of employment will be [date].

I want to thank you for providing me with this opportunity three years ago. You saw my potential and provided the chance to learn from you and the team in ways that I could not envision and in ways that were unclear to me at the time. We’ve tackled many successful projects together, but my favorite was [project x]. That’s the project that showcased to me how much your mentorship expanded my [descriptive] expertise, and we had a lot of fun along the way. The time you spent teaching and challenging me has left a lasting impact on my career and development, and I’m grateful to have worked for you.

I wish you and everyone at [company] the best and look forward to staying in touch and helping in any way that I can — during and after this smooth transition. I’m reachable at [email] or [phone].

Sincerely,

[Name]

Sample 7:  Resignation letter bullying boss 

“Name]

 [Address, including zip code]

 [Phone number or email] 

[Date] 

[Immediate Supervisor],

I am resigning from my position at [xyz company], effective [date].

One year ago, you took a chance on me, and I took a chance on the company. I appreciate that both sides took a risk on each other. While it’s tempting just to walk away, I feel obligated to explain my decision in hopes that it sparks positive change for the colleagues that I’m leaving behind.

I’m resigning because the company is using improper accounting to bolster its financial performance. In my initial memo to you dated [month, day, year], I outlined each accounting trick that is hiding losses the company is sustaining. In a subsequent meeting on [month, day, year] and attended by you, [name], and [name], we discussed each of the accounting issues in detail and decided to refer the matter to the company’s Vice President. On [month, day, year] a follow-up meeting was held and attended by the same group, the Vice President said the matter had been investigated and concluded that no changes would be made because we are an “aggressive company.” This is an outcome that I cannot accept.

The company’s business is built on trust. When its customers and employees find out about the true financial performance of the company, their trust will be destroyed and I expect the company will have to cease operations. This letter of resignation is my last effort to implore the company to correct its practices.

Thank you for the opportunity to be heard.

Sincerely,

[Name]

Sample 8:  Resignation letter bullying boss 

“Dear [Insert Name],

Since joining your company, I have consistently “gone the extra mile” to try to make a success of the business, as I really believe in the product and recognise that you had real problems with lack of staff. You will see from the timing of the daily reports that I have regularly worked well in excess of the hours for which you pay me.

Since you fired [Insert Name], I have, in effect, been doing the job of several people and have willingly worked single handily every weekend. While I faced an unusually steep learning curve, largely without training or support, and have always been willing to accept justified criticism, I have had to spend far too much of my time “firefighting” because of the errors of others and you constantly changing your mind.

Nonetheless, you have totally disregarded my efforts and initial goodwill and have subjected me to a barrage of unjustifiable abuse. Your behaviour towards [Insert Name] and myself on [Date] was particularly extreme, unprofessional and out of control, as you were shouting at us irrationally and relentlessly for most of the morning and left me shaking and feeling physically sick. I should have walked out at that point but I had enough regard for the clients to work my solo Saturday shift.  However, I have had the chance to reflect over the weekend and I am not prepared to accept any repeat of this.

You regularly humiliate me in front of witnesses including my work colleagues and suppliers. You gossip about me and the other staff members, trying to play us off against each other. You have called me “stupid”, “slow”, “inefficient” and screamed at me that I (apparently like my predecessor, and so many of the people you have interviewed) have “mental problems.”  I have witnessed you subjecting my co-workers, [Insert Name] and [Insert Name], to the same treatment and I am aware that you have previously faced legal issues on similar grounds.

I can no longer accept your conduct which amounts to workplace bullying (see attached, from which you will see that this is an absolute textbook case) and is totally out of place in the modern work environment. It makes it impossible for me properly to carry out my duties and is a breach, on your part, of the implied terms of the employment contract. It thus constitutes constructive dismissal in law.

Please take this, therefore, as my resignation with immediate effect. You are not entitled, in law, to insist on the contractual notice period in these circumstances and I am unwilling to work out my notice in such a toxic environment as it is having an effect on my health.

Yours sincerely,

[Your Name]

Sample 9:  Resignation letter bullying boss 

“Dear [Name of Service Provider],

I am sending this letter to you as an official resignation notice.

I have been working at this organization for the [Number] years. My first occupation was to work as an [Job Title], after years of skill-building and gaining working experience in the same environment I was able to become [Job Title]. My journey to this occupation has been filled with a lot of learning opportunities and good relationships with my peers and for this, I am very thankful.

However, my work quality and mental health have been suffering since I started working under [Name of Boss]. Due to his ignorant and pride-filled behavior, I have been unable to work to my full potential. There have been a few instances where due to scare communication on his part, I have been wrongfully blamed for late work submission. My complaints made to his supervisor have not been helpful either. Therefore, I am resigning from my current post as [Job Title].

Thank you for providing me with this great opportunity of working at ‘Name of Company’. Hopefully you will understand my position.

Sample 10:  Resignation letter bullying boss 

“Dear [Name of Service Provider],

Please consider this letter as my official resignation letter from my post as the [Job Title].

During my time here at [Company Name], I have been provided with incredible opportunities that have helped me improve and build my skills. There have even been instances where I have been able to learn skills that separate from my work field. For such opportunities, I am very thankful.

Howbeit, the discrimination shown by my boss while working on assignments has been affecting not only work but also my mental health. There have been many occasions where my colleagues have been referred to at a higher level than me. Due to such cases, I have ended up being blamed for not providing work that meets the required standards of the company.

Even after making complaints about his discriminatory behavior, I have still been suffering. Therefore, I request you to accept my resignation. I will be working at the company on my current position till [Date].

Thank you, again, for providing me with this incredible opportunity of working at [Name of Company]

Best Regards,

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