Resignation Letter Example: Due to Illness

Due to illness resignation letter example. Use this resignation letter example if you want to leave your job due to an illness or illnesses.

You can either use the whole letter or just the format of the letter.

You will need to customise this letter before sending it to your employer. Don not just copy paste the whole letter.

Leaving your job in this current financial situation during the merciless pandemic is not recommended; however if it is unavoidable then it’s best to do it right.

No:1 advice when you decide to resign from your job is to find a new job first before going ahead with your new career plans. 

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Resignation Letter: Due to Illness

Mr. A. Employee
1, My House
Any Street
This Town
PO57 3DE

1st January 2021

Mrs. A. Manager
The Company
Employment Street
That Town
PO57 3DE

Dear Mrs. Manager,

With effect from the above date, please accept this letter as notification that I wish to resign from my position as (Job Title) within (Company).

It is with a regret that I leave this position, but due to on-going ill health, I find it is no longer possible to continue my duties with the company.

I believe I am required to provide you with four weeks’ notice of my resignations, and therefore my departure date will be (insert date).  As I am currently on sick leave, it is my understanding that I am not eligible to use any of my accrued holiday entitlement during the notice period, but am entitled to it as paid in lieu. Please advise me if this will be paid to me and, if so, when.

May I also take this opportunity to thank you for the help, support, and opportunities I have received in the fantastic years I have been employed with the company. 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.

Yours Sincerely

(Signature here)

Mr. A. EMPLOYEE

CC: (Enter here any other persons who may receive your letter also)

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