Email of Resignation
Dear Superiors and Partners,Becoming much more sensitive? Is this a veiled apology for being a nitpicker or being hard to please? Or is he proud of this?
I've been at -- almost 2000 days now. Today my time here has come to an end, but that doesn't mean that our relationship is over. Thank you everyone for your help with work and life. I'm going to take a step in a new direction. I want to especially thank Manager Z's guidance and support. After arriving in the --- department, I've become much more sensitive, whether in work or in life. Becoming accustomed to demand high standards—isn't this an excellent work attitude?
Keep in touch, take care
Note: Do not reply to this
Dear Superiors and Friends,
On 11/25 I'll be leaving this company. Although it has not yet been one year since I came to ---, it has been a great experience. I hope that we'll have a chance to work together in the future.
My contact information: ---
Wow. I can feel the love.
Update: Today I got another one. This writer cared enough to write in English. Here it is:
Today is my last day in ----. It is of great pleasure to cowork with you in the past four years and hope you all could get much progress in your work for now and future.Thanks again for your kindness and patience.