Resignation retraction letter template

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Can I withdraw the prior notice of resignation? Download this Resignation retraction letter sample now.

Whatever the circumstances of your withdrawal of resignation letter request are, this Resignation retraction letter template can help you draft a polite and appropriate withdrawal/cancellation request for the previous resignation letter sent. 

The best thing to do if you’ve changed your mind is to draft a quick retraction letter to follow up. In general, a resignation retraction letter should be a short letter, formally requesting your boss that you decide to stay with the company due to new circumstances. Such a retraction request letter might help to stop the process of leaving the company. 

We hope you made the best decision and this resignation retraction letter template can be of good use to you, in order to write a polite and compelling request letter. Unfortunately, your employer has no legal obligation to accept your cancellation request and they may feel that you are not enough committed to your job anymore. However, they also have the option to accept it. 

Download this Resignation retraction letter template now! Good luck! 

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