A Two Weeks Notice Letter (often spelled as "Two-Week Notice Letter") is a brief statement prepared by the employee who wants to quit their job and needs to warn the employer about it in advance. No matter what reason the employee has to leave their position and no matter what relationship they have with the employer - most employment agreements require the employee to compose a letter that will let them declare their plans to quit, transfer the duties to a different employee or new hire, and end the relationship with the employer.
A simple Two Weeks Notice Letter should greet the recipient, identify the employee, explicitly state the latter's wish to step down from their job, express your gratitude to the employer for the chance to work for them and grow as a person and professional, and contain the contact details of the employee. Attach your notice to a Resignation Letter - a short statement that confirms your desire to leave the position. If, instead, your intention is to quit your job and not look for alternative employment, consider preparing a Retirement Letter.
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