It’s OK to change your mind. Lets look at how to take your resignation back and how to withdraw your resignation.
Our top tip is always to be polite when you are leaving your job as you never know when you might want to come back to the same employer.
Many times it happens that you resign your job in anger or in some misunderstanding and suddenly you realise you would be in trouble or jobless if you resign. In such cases you can give a try to re-gain the job by withdrawing resignation letter. First of all until and unless you have another job in hand don’t reign. If you have done this mistake then don’t hesitate to write withdrawal of resignation letter as it is matter of your career.
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Following is the sample of withdrawing resignation letter:
So, you have changed your mind for some reasons and you want to withdraw your resignation. H
Withdrawing Resignation Letter Example
Subject: Acceptance of withdrawal of resignation letter
I am experiencing great sense of relief as I finally managed to write this letter of withdrawing my resignation dated on (date you were suppose to resign).
Different reasons and conditions around me for which I resigned have changed now. (Justify the reason of resigning). I would appreciate if you accept this withdrawal and provide me with equally good opportunities like before. I would be really great to continue work with such dedicated team to achieve targets and meet the goals.
I am sorry for the inconvenience caused to you and want you to consider the request of withdrawal as soon as possible.