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Resignation Letter due to Dissatisfaction with the Management

Writing resignations is no easy task. They require a traditional, tried, and tested balance between gratitude and apology, frosted by some scattered compliments. But what happens when the reason for your resignation is the management itself? Writing down a list of pleasantries and your ‘oh, so wonderful!’ experience doesn’t sound that appetizing then. And yet, […]

A Sample Church Resignation Letter

Resignation letters make your leaving easier and comfortable. First impressions are good, but how you finish holds greater weight in anything you do.  He that finishes well is cherished and remembered with love and honor. A good resignation letter gives you the power to control your reputation and gives liberty to design what you want […]

A Sample of Resignation Letter With Reasons

Moving out from your current job for a better one sounds all amazing. Finally, you are getting a job position you deserve and moving one step closer to building your professional career. However, before you start your new job, you need to formalize your departure to your current employer. This is done either by giving […]

Sample Resignation Letter Because Of Health Issues

Health is the foremost priority of any human being. You may need to write a resignation letter to your current boss, when you find out that your health won’t allow you to work any further,  stating to him you need the time off to take care of yourselves and would like to discontinue from thereon. […]

A Sample of Resignation Letter with Reasons

People resign from their place of work for a lot of reasons, whether personal reasons or other issues. Resignation letters are official documents written by an employee and addressed to the employer stating reasons one no longer wants to work with the company. It is written to notify the employer of a period after which […]

Resignation Letter Due to Health and Stress

Work can get stressful. However, sometimes it can get bad and overwhelming, even prompting an individual to quit. In this day and age, when we’re constantly talking about mental health and its importance, the decision to leave work because of the negative consequences it might have on your health is a legitimate one. Writing a […]

‘HOUSING BLACK’ Mural Debuts in Tenderloin, Bringing Attention to Black Homelessness in San Francisco

Yesterday afternoon, philanthropic creative Malik Seneferu unveiled the massive “HOUSING BLACK” street mural on Tenderloin’s Golden Gate Avenue—echoing a chromatic call to fight the housing disparity and insecurity that runs rampant in the city. And across the Bay Area, for that matter. Developed in collaboration with a bevy of organization and community notables—Code Tenderloin, St. […]

June Editor’s Letter Part Two: A Promise to Current and Future Bob Cut Employees

June has been a reckoning—a reckoning for BIPOC. A reckoning for Black Trans men and women. A reckoning of how we treat people in this country. And though June may be over, the fight is not. The United States, California, and the Bay Area have a lot of steps to take (and we mean a […]

August Editor’s Letter—Summer Eulogy

If you know me and know Bob Cut, you probably most definitely also know that it’s time for my yearly Summer Eulogy. A silly yet deeply earnest love letter to the most perfectly crafted, fickle as hell season of them all.  I have been a summer person since I have been a person. Maybe it’s […]

The May Editor’s Letter: On Endings

Game of Thrones finished out its final season this month, so like any culture obsessed, Jon Snow loving fool, I’ve been thinking a lot about endings. I started with Thrones. How do I feel now that it’s over? (Terrible and betrayed.) But also, this: Why did this hit me so hard? In my own defense, […]

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