Resigning letter

Old Feb 3rd 2010, 12:22 am
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What are the most points that should employees write in the resigning letter?
Do you think that if the employee writes good resigning letter it can help him to get more salary and allowance in the same company?
Why most resigning letters are accepted by the company without negotiate with the employees?
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Old Feb 3rd 2010, 5:41 pm
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Originally Posted by i-like-tea
What are the most points that should employees write in the resigning letter?
Do you think that if the employee writes good resigning letter it can help him to get more salary and allowance in the same company?
Why most resigning letters are accepted by the company without negotiate with the employees?
Many thanks
Yeah , sounds like a great way to get more money you should try it , let us know how you get on fella .
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Old Feb 3rd 2010, 11:10 pm
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Originally Posted by i-like-tea
What are the most points that should employees write in the resigning letter?
Do you think that if the employee writes good resigning letter it can help him to get more salary and allowance in the same company?
Why most resigning letters are accepted by the company without negotiate with the employees?
Many thanks
even tho I'm not in Dubai and therefore dont really know the employment market, from what I have heard the good old days have gone as so I wouldnt play this card unless you've got a back up plan!
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Wrong Mrs Alitrist...WRONG!!!. I agree with Conty D.... it would be comical!!

I-LIKE-TEA... stop for a second, process it, take a deep breath, exhale!!!

Have you even approached your boss about an increase in salary? Firstly, dont be an idiot and stick your resignation in with the hope getting more cash.... it could go the other way?

I have seen/ laughed my t!ts off at some of your posts recently, your a funny guy. But you seem to be very unhappy with your job and it would seem your life in general. My advice is to either look for another whilst in your current role.
Only leave when you have something else sorted or just approach your boss one-to-one and start talking about wage increases.

Good luck and please keep posting on this website...

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Wrong Mrs Alitrist...WRONG!!!. I agree with Conty D.... it would be comical!!

I-LIKE-TEA... stop for a second, process it, take a deep breath, exhale!!!

Have you even approached your boss about an increase in salary? Firstly, dont be an idiot and stick your resignation in with the hope getting more cash.... it could go the other way?

I have seen/ laughed my t!ts off at some of your posts recently, your a funny guy. But you seem to be very unhappy with your job and it would seem your life in general. My advice is to either look for another whilst in your current role.
Only leave when you have something else sorted or just approach your boss one-to-one and start talking about wage increases.

Good luck and please keep posting on this website...

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Mr & Mrs Alitrist, you guys have got to get separate accounts before your posts mess with our heads too much!

I-like-tea - 1st Rule of writing a resignations letter: only do so if you want to resign. If you're trying to call the company's bluff (which would be idiotic to do), then you have to be prepared for them to accept your resignation without a second thought. Any negotiations will be initiated by the company and not the employee.

In good times, some people can call this bluff, but they are usually clever enough to also come to the table having secured a better job offer elsewhere. The "some people" are generally skilled and/or talented and have worked themselves into a position of being near-impossible to replace.

If you are doing a job where A N Other employee will do it just as well as you will, then the management will simply wave you goodbye.

But anyhow, I agree with the others - please keep posting your questions! They offer huge insights into other nationality's mindsets.
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I quite like the bad cop/good cop thing, although I'm not convinced it is actually two different people. Could easily be like a split personality thing

I-like-tea; Your moaning over these past weeks (however much insight it brings) is bordering on the ridiculous. If you hate your job as much you're implying then do us all a favour and leave. Why are you trying to get more money? How is that going to resolve your other complaints (no relevant work, not gaining experience, nothing to do based on how much time you spend on the forum, etc etc).....?

Oh and by the way. The resignation letter however well it is written will never get you more money and it never has. However if you are difficult to replace (ie you have specialist skills) and you find another job then you can negotiate. Most companies would still do a deal if you were in this situation (even in todays market), but be aware that they will likely dislike you for it and start immediately planning for your replacement. I know I would if someone blackmailed me into giving them more money...
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[QUOTE=Hello.Kitty;8311544]Mr & Mrs Alitrist, you guys have got to get separate accounts before your posts mess with our heads too much!

sorry guys,will promise to get my own account...btw did Mr Alitrist send something controversial then?
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Mr & Mrs Alitrist, you guys have got to get separate accounts before your posts mess with our heads too much!

sorry guys,will promise to get my own account...btw did Mr Alitrist send something controversial then?
no, he just told himself he was wrong... it's a bit schizo!
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Originally Posted by i-like-tea
What are the most points that should employees write in the resigning letter?
Do you think that if the employee writes good resigning letter it can help him to get more salary and allowance in the same company?
Why most resigning letters are accepted by the company without negotiate with the employees?
Many thanks
hahahahahahhahahahahha...

Go right ahead and try it. I hope they punt you downfield.

Seriously, all the moaning that you have done in the last few weeks, and you want more money? The reason most companies don't negotiate, is for the same reason that governments wont pay ransom or talk to terrorists. If they do it for you, then everyone in your company will try it on.
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Please DO NOT go ahaed with such a silly idea.

Your employer will be just embarassed. It is not a right way to get the salary increase. Just the opposite.
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I would never use a resignation to try to get more money from an employer - by the time I decide I want to go, I'll have already arranged something else and by that stage, more money would not be enough to keep me. I do know a couple of people who have tried this, one's got a hefty pay rise, the other had their bluff called and ended up with nothing..
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Wrong Mrs Alitrist...WRONG!!!. I agree with Conty D.... it would be comical!!

I-LIKE-TEA... stop for a second, process it, take a deep breath, exhale!!!

Have you even approached your boss about an increase in salary? Firstly, dont be an idiot and stick your resignation in with the hope getting more cash.... it could go the other way?

I have seen/ laughed my t!ts off at some of your posts recently, your a funny guy. But you seem to be very unhappy with your job and it would seem your life in general. My advice is to either look for another whilst in your current role.
Only leave when you have something else sorted or just approach your boss one-to-one and start talking about wage increases.

Good luck and please keep posting on this website...

Mr Alitrist
Thank you for your advices.
Let me explain to you why I have written this thread. Last week I received my salary with the annual increment and I am not satisfied.
By the way, before a month, I met my boss and I asked him for more salary and he agreed to increase my salary for a particular amount. The new salary showed that my boss was cheating me and I am disturbed since that time. I hope to get another job as soon as possible and apply my resigning as a result of his cheating.
Some members said, sometimes I complain that my work is not realated to my major, sometimes, I complain from less of gaining experience, and now I would like to resign. Most members who is reading my posts may think there is something wrong with me.
The combination of all these complains let me to think to resign.
I am looking for a challenge job and working with good team.
I decided to resign when I got a new job and receive the new offer then I try to negotiate with my boss again because I like the current company despite they have poor management.
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Have you asked your boss why your salary increase doesn't reflect your discussion or what you agreed with him?

Express your surprise and disapointment, but make no mention of resigning, obviously...
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Have you asked your boss why your salary increase doesn't reflect your discussion or what you agreed with him?

Express your surprise and disapointment, but make no mention of resigning, obviously...
As I mentioned they have very poor management. I know what he will tell me. The general manager refuses for your request or I forgot. I remember when I sign the contract there is a point mentioned in the contract that “ your salary will change after three months and it depends in your performance”. After three months nothing changed in my salary and wrote a letter for him and I attached the contract. Then he told me I will give you the increase next month.
Here managers are not fair. Believe me I come to my work early and I go out in time.
I listen to him and do my job honest but these people just like themselves and do not care about other
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As I mentioned they have very poor management. I know what he will tell me. The general manager refuses for your request or I forgot. I remember when I sign the contract there is a point mentioned in the contract that “ your salary will change after three months and it depends in your performance”. After three months nothing changed in my salary and wrote a letter for him and I attached the contract. Then he told me I will give you the increase next month.
Here managers are not fair. Believe me I come to my work early and I go out in time.
I listen to him and do my job honest but these people just like themselves and do not care about other
I don't doubt that you know the answer in advance - it's so predictable, but it's worth just mentioning it to him. Nothing will change, but it's a sad state of affairs when people no longer question their superiors through complete apathy - it's at that point that the superiors know that they can get away with nearly anything.
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