Usually people like doing their jobs and most of us don’t want to retire at all and always want to work but even with that great passion, there comes a time when you just want to quit everything and sit all day with your family and grand kids. This is the time when you resign from your job and ask for an early retirement from your employer.
When a person is hired by a company, he is legally obliged to work until he is 60 years old and before that time, his employer can’t ask him or force him to take retirement but if the employee wants, he can do it anytime he wants. It could be due to a medical situation, an illness that is keeping him from working or anything personal that doesn’t let him work freely. This is when the employee requests formally for an early retirement through a letter to the employer. The key reason of writing this letter is to inform the employer that one is leaving his job and to ask for retirement or pension plans i.e. 401K plan etc.
What to add in the Early Retirement Letter?
It is really important that even if you are leaving your job, it’s possible that one day you might want your employer some favor and it’s a good idea to leave the things on good terms so that you both have good and open future relationship. Keep in mind that it’s not a letter to show your irritation of working for a crappy boss all these years but you just need to end everything in a good way.
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