COVID-19 Model Letter D – Involuntary Resignation
For the past 20 years, thousands of employees have used our “Involuntary Resignation” to their great advantage. A great idea.
This Model Letter shows you “What to Say, and How to Say It.™”
If you decide not to “go back,” consider using our Model Letter for Sending an “Involuntary Resignation.”
Usually, resigning from your job is a voluntary act. But not always. As examples, as an employee you are not required to endanger your life, or help your employer break the law, or accept improper behaviors or health risks. In cases like those – and when you are required to work in an unsafe workplace – your declining to return to work, or leaving your job, is not voluntary at all. If you resign and mention this when you resign – in writing – you may be entitled to (a) unemployment, (b) severance, or to (c) exert a claim for violation of workplace safety when submitting an Involuntary Resignation.
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