You can say to ypur present employer that you are moving to another concern for better opportunity. Nobody will oppose it.
From India, Bangalore
Any reason/(s) can serve the purpose. Its only the way you approach. But generally people resign on personal grounds although employers very well understand that the main cause is something else.
From United States, Cambridge
There is absolutely no harm in letting the present organisation know that you've got better opportunity.
You should also state the same reason in your exit interview. This will give a clarity to the organisation as well.

From United States, Warren
Dear Ramdevrathi...
Pls be polite in replying, especially to senior members of this forum. Just because they are finding time to reply to your post doest mean that you take them granted. Mr Madhu's reply was 100% correct, may be your level of understanding is poor. Also dont complaint if you are getting more useful information without asking for it!!!!!

From India, Kochi
I totally agree with Ash. There is no harm in telling the truth and everyone working would sure like to grow and come up in life Kalyani
From India, Hyderabad
I agree with you Ash. You are absolutely right.
Kalyani Suri
QUOTE=Ash Mathew;1000069]Dear Ramdevrathi,
We all work for money and improving our skill set, as well as contribute efficiently. So no harm in letting your present employer know that you are looking for a change in the portfolio and would like to take on other challenging assignments, in view of which, you have decided to take up an assignment that has been offered to you by another employer.
Let them know you have grown with the present employer and would be much thankful if they are also open to letting you try other challenging opportunities.
Be open to even what they have got to say - may be your present employer has another plump offer for you![/QUOTE]

From India, Hyderabad
If any body want to get relieved immediately, with lesser notice pay of say 4-5 days against rule of 1months, then what he should do & how to write the resignation letter?
From India, Ahmadabad
Hi,
You can address it as simple like this also - I would like to leave the company for better opportunity. Please accept my resignation and relieve me from my services by (mention period).
rgds,
vidya

From India, Hyderabad
Hi, I even want he answer of it........because many of us leave the organisation due to several reasons, but we feel not to reveal , so can anyone suggest on this?
From India, Hyderabad
Dear Member, It doesn,t sound good for leaving job for the sake of money.you may add higher responsibility and challenges for career uplift. regards Rajkpanda
From India, Raurkela

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