Withdrawing a Resignation Letter

Withdrawing a Resignation Letter

Withdrawing a Resignation Letter

[A resignation withdrawal letter is written by an employee who has left or was planning to leave a company. This letter is written to retract a resignation letter. It is important to notify the relevant authority in the place of work that you would like to come back officially. Here briefly describe on sample Withdrawing a Resignation Letter format. It is addressed to the relevant authority in an organization or the employer. This letter can be used to apologize for tendering the resignation letter. It is an official document used for record-keeping and reference in the future. You need to modify this sample according to your needs.]


Sender/Your name…

Job designation and Department name…

Date: DD/MM/YY (date on which letter is written)


Receiver/Higher Official name…

Job designation and Department name…

Sub: Withdrawing Resignation Letter

Dear (Sir/Name),

I hereby write to retract my resignation letter with (company Name) dated (DD/MM/YY). It is with deep regret that I write to notify you that I have withdrawn my resignation. (Describe in your words). I made a mistake of over-reacting and tendering a resignation. I accept this was a haste decision and it was wrong to leave the company under such circumstances. (Describe actual cause and problem).

For the (***) years I have worked in your company, I have gained relevant skills and experience which have enhanced my contribution to the role of (Job Position). It is in this company that I have learned all that I know and I am sincerely grateful. (Describe something about your job experiences). I have a good understanding of the objectives and the mission of the organization and I hope to ensure the company’s continued success. (Describe all about the situation).

I look forward to continuing my work. Kindly accept my resignation withdrawal so that I can resume my duties soonest. (Express your feelings). I apologize for the inconvenience that I caused you and my colleagues. (Cordially describe your greetings and expectation).

Please consider my withdrawal for the resignation and let me know your decision.

Yours sincerely,

Your name…

Job Designation…

Contact Info. and Signature…


Another format, [Email Format]

To: Receiver mail address, name.jfgh@mail.com

From: SEnder mail address, name.ghgd@mail.com

Sub: Resignation withdrawal letter

Dear Sir,

This letter is to inform you that I want to withdraw my resignation letter. I understand the difficulty you face-first to accept my resignation and then accept my withdrawal letter as well. (Describe in your words). I came to know that you are already in search of a promising candidate to replace my position.

I wanted to resign from the post to search for better opportunities. But I realized the fact that I spent (***) glorious years here in this company, and the company recognized my services as well. (Describe something about your job experiences). I was named the Best Manager on the floor. After you accept my withdrawal resignation letter, I want to resume my work. (Describe all about the situation).

Looking back, I realize my value here amidst my team members. (Describe actual cause and problem). I have seen several ups and downs with them in achieving the targets. We developed a sense of dedication, trust, pride, and faith among ourselves.

I once again request you to consider my withdrawal of resignation dated (DD/MM/YY). (Cordially describe your greetings and expectation). I apologize for the inconvenience caused by me.

Thanking you,

Yours Sincerely,

Your name…

Job Designation and Department name…

Contact info…