Apology Letter to Boss

By | June 2, 2009

Taye Biggs,

Excursion Marketing

232 Rover Park,

Rover, Virginia.

4th May 2007 

Dear Mr. Biggs, 

It is with deep regret that I tender my resignation for my post as Salesperson in your company. This decision has not come easy since it is as a result of many deliberations that I found it prudent to make my exit in the best way I could. Having served in my capacity as a salesperson for six years in the organization, I feel that my past attempts on getting a promotion have not augured well with you. Your recent comment during last month’s marketing extravaganza that I had no ability to manage the whole Sales department now or in future put an end to my aspirations in this company. I have been an astute employee and having stepped in to spearhead the marketing campaign after the abrupt departure of the Marketing Manager, his colleagues selected me to take over against your better judgment and you opted to make me complete the campaign and relegated me back to my position as salesperson even after everyone had hailed the campaign as the most successful in years. I will not be able to report to work from next week. Any inconvenience is deeply regretted. 

Yours truly, 

Solomon Gray.