After Leaving a Job (by Termination or Resignation) – Requesting Return of Withheld Contact Information

Almost always, when employees are leaving a job, under any circumstances, employers do their best to make sure the employee cannot, and does not, take with them business contact information. There are, though, circumstances in which employees have a right to that information. To address this, short of a lawsuit, a respectful and reasonable memo to a senior manager is the best way to go. This Model Letter shows you “What to Say, and How to Say It.™”

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