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- April 24, 2012 at 6:26 pm #32931
If you had a baby and you don’t want to go back to work then you can write a resignation letter to let your employer know about it.
You can use it after having a look at the example below.
Here is leaving to have a baby, maternity and not going back to work after maternity leave resignation letter example:
Leaving to Have a Baby
As set out in my contract, I hereby serve you with my full notice to bring to an end my employment with
as a . The period in my contract is , therefore I will be leaving my role on the .
I am now just
away from my due date, and unfortunately I have decided not to return to work after my maternity leave has finished.
I spent a lot of time coming to this decision but have decided it is best for me and my child if I do not return to work. Please note that I will do whatever I can to make my leaving as easy as possible for all those involved.
I wish everybody at the company all of the best in the future and I would like to thank you for giving me the opportunity to work with
View more Resignation Letter Examples!July 25, 2012 at 7:14 am #35565
You should wait until you are fully decided about not going back to work for your resignation letter.November 19, 2012 at 8:43 pm #35566
Here is one more Maternity Resignation Example:
Mrs Jane Brown
1 High Street
Mr J Adams
147 The Street
Dear Mr Adams
Please accept this letter as formal notice that I wish to resign from my position as Telephone Support Adviser within ABC Solutions, with effect from the date above, as I am expecting a child, due on (insert date), and wish to spend time raising my young family.
I understand that I am required to give you four weeksâ€™ notice of my intentions; therefore my leaving date will be (insert date), when I am 38 weeks pregnant. I believe I have accrued five days of annual leave that I have not taken yet. If possible, I would like to take this leave during my notice period, although if this is not possible, I am happy to accept it paid to me with my final salary.
May I take this opportunity to thank you most graciously for the help, support, and opportunities I have had in time I have worked with you all. It has been a remarkable experience and I feel I have gained a lot of knowledge that I can take with me into my future pursuits.
Should you require any additional information from me, do not hesitate to contact me.
If you want to help others then please post your maternity resignation letter here, thank you.January 22, 2013 at 2:30 pm #35567
I really wouldnt tender a resignation before going on maternity leave, as unless you can afford to do so they then don’t actually have to pay you maternity pay! – take your maternity leave and during that time if you have fully decided you are not returning to work (or to work with that company) then submit the resignation letterApril 10, 2013 at 10:41 pm #35568
Don’t decide before you’ve even had the baby what you want to do. Wait until you’ve had the baby and then decide whether you really should or should not go back to work.
You might find that circumstances have changed at the end of your maternity leave and it’s actually okay for you to go back to work. Certain things such as childcare problems are the main issues that stop new mothers going back to work.
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