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How do I approach my boss with my resignation letter? I'm nervous?

How should I approach him? More details please. I don't just want to go in there and be like here ya go. I want to breifly explain.

Asked By: svictor24 - 9/13/2007
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Answered By: JEDI Master YODA - 9/13/2007
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hi, may i have a moment with you. i am moving on. (make it short and sweet). give letter.
Answered By: s--t for brains - 9/13/2007
 
HI-- John -- This is my resignation...letter...
Answered By: Gerald - 9/13/2007
 
Does he suspect you are leaving? What is your relationship with him like? Ask for a private meeting and have your resignation ready. When you are ready, give him your resignation and briefly explain your situation. He will take it from there. Good luck!
Answered By: Lori S - 9/13/2007
 
Just knock on his door,tell him you need to talk to him and hand him the letter. Tell him it is time for you to move on. Don't be rude though. You never know if you will need to return to this job. Believe me,it happens. Don't burn any bridges. Good luck!
Answered By: Vianna - 9/13/2007
 
Take a deep breath and just walk in when he is not busy and say that you have something to tell him. You are resigning to do whatever reason you are resigning. Make it amicable, do not attack, do not use it as a b-tch session. Thank him for the opportunity. If he wants to talk, sit there and listen attentively. If... More
Answered By: redwine - 9/13/2007
 
go in the boss and give ur resign letter and come back. how simple is that
Answered By: mohammed m - 9/13/2007
 
Make it short and professional. Do not use this time to vent or get even or gripe. Simply submit the letter, be gracious and leave.
Answered By: Bob W - 9/13/2007
 
The best time to resign is at the end of the business day. That way both of you can go home and think about it and you not be left with workplace tension... More
Answered By: Mary B - 9/13/2007
 
Give his the resignation letter, but the resignation letter should be brief. You don't need to go into explanation but be thank him for the opportunity to work there... More
Answered By: Simba - 9/13/2007
 
you say, may i speak to you for a second , hand him/her the letter and it will flow from there . your boss will probably respond with what's this ....... and you take it from there . it sounds tougher than it really is. let me know what happens!
Answered By: sds - 9/13/2007
 
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