If you have been treated unfairly at work then this can be legal reason to resign from your job. You will probably seek a legal advice after your resignation.
However you have some options before burning the bridges. Try talking to your manager or your boss about why you are upset and considering to leave your job.
You should never accept unfair treatment from anyone at work.
Resignation Letter Example Due to Unfair Treatment
[Insert your name]
[Insert your Address]
[Insert Recipient name]
Dear [Insert manager’s name],
I am writing this letter in order to let you know that I am resigning from my job as Sales Assistant at Marks and Spencer. As per the terms of my employment contract I am providing you with 2 weeks of leave notice. My last at work will be 15th of December 2021.
Issues that I couldn’t resolve myself and HR didn’t help led me to think that the only way is for me to resign. I have been a victim of unfair treatment from a Manager and despite the fact that I have contacted the HR, nothing has been done to resolve the problems for me. However I will carry on chasing my rights through the law.
I have enjoyed being a part of the team and am thankful for the opportunities you have given me during my time here. If there are any areas in particular you would like me to focus on during my notice period, please let me know.
[Insert your name]
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