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Sample Resignation Acknowledgement Letter
For all Employees Except Adjunct Faculty
Date
TO: Name of Employee
FROM: Name of Human Resources Officer or Designee
This is to acknowledge your resignation from your position as (title of position) at the
(school/unit/department), effective (resignation date).*
You will receive information in the mail for continuing your benefits coverage under
COBRA. You may also contact PeopleLink at ask[email protected] or 212-992-LINK
(5465) or refer to the website at www.nyu.edu/employees/benefit.html and select your
employee category for information about continuation of benefits.
If you are enrolled in Medical, Dental or Vision benefits through NYU, those coverages
end on the last day of the month in which you terminate employment. If you are enrolled
in NYU Group Basic and/or Supplemental Life Insurance, Long Term Disability or
Business Travel Accident coverage, those coverage end on the day you terminate
employment with NYU.
I will arrange a time to meet with you on or before your last day to collect all university
property items such as your NYU ID card and office keys. Please also arrange a time to
meet with your supervisor to discuss the status of projects, location of files, outstanding
expense reimbursement requests, receipts or other budget matters, etc.
As you leave the University, you have a unique perspective on the strengths and
weaknesses of our organization. Your input is important to the University and NYU
invites you to complete a confidential and anonymous online exit questionnaire. Please
click on Exit Questionnaire available on the NYU website.
We appreciate your service and contributions to the (name of
school/unit/department) and wish you success in your future endeavors.
Sincerely,
(HRO name)
cc: Supervisor, employee file
*Please note that if you provided less than one month notice you will not be paid for
unused accrued vacation days.
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