If you are preparing to downsize your hours at work from fulltime to part time, it would be professional and courteous of you to go through the proper process of resignation. Writing a formal resignation letter from fulltime to part time is the best way to confirm everything with your employers and thank them for their consideration and understanding. If you need some help in getting started, here is a quick guide to writing your letter in the most businesslike yet sincere and gracious way possible.
Format and Content
Try these tips for a successful approach. You should be sure to stick only to the facts in your resignation letter from fulltime to part time format. Open with your confirmation of the switch, written in a brief and concise way. Add in your contact details and any other notes about the change in schedule. Do not forget to close up the letter with a nice expression of your thanks for letting you keep your job with the new schedule, as this could have been an inconvenience to your boss. You will see an example below that will demonstrate how best to address and sign the letter before sending it over to your employers.
Here is a resignation letter from fulltime to part time sample from a salesperson who needs to cut back in order to attend school. She sends this formal letter to her employers, confirming the dates and thanking them for their understanding. Following her example should help things fall into place for you since you are in a similar situation.
I just wanted to confirm my resignation from my fulltime sales position at ABC Company in order to switch to part time hours. Since I am currently going back to university, my schedule only allows for me to work part time hours. My last day as a fulltime employee will be May 8, 2014 and at that time I will begin the part time schedule. I greatly appreciate your patience and cooperation with me during this time.
I am truly sorry for any inconvenience that may result from this situation. During my last week on the fulltime schedule, I will of course work as hard as always, and put forth every effort on my part time schedule. If there is anything else I can do, I would be happy to assist. If any clarification is needed in this matter, please feel free to contact me via phone at (555)-555-5555 or email at [email] and I will get back with you immediately.
I am very thankful for the ability to continue working at ABC Company with reduced hours, as this will allow me to tend to my schooling simultaneously. I look forward to seeing what the future holds with this position. This job has provided me with some excellent experience which I will always be grateful for, as I am to you for your consideration.
Elisabeth L. Snider