I would write a letter stating that I respectfully request that my boss accepts this as my letter of resignation due to another job offer. (If that is the case). Thank them for the opportunity they gave you when they gave you this position, but you feel you would be better suited to the new offer. Respectfully request that you retain their permission to put them down as a reference (if applicable) for any future positions.<br />
Make sure you get your record of employment and anything else they owe you, which if you don't work for your two weeks (the notice period) they may not have to give you anything in the way of pay. Good luck with that.
In writing: Thank you for giving me the opportunity to be part of the team at _________. I will always value the friendships I have made and the skills I have learned. <br />
A new opportunity has presented itself, and after much consideration I have decided its time for me to pursue my dreams.
I think the word "bad" has gotten a bad wrap. I don't use it in a good vs evil context. Its more like saying I'm a badass s.o.b. not a bad person. Anyway, if you're boss is the type of person that'll play a guilt game, tell him there's personal reasons that you'd rather not get into, and leave it at that.
Hey' you're not even the one who asked the question. What gives?
Is it only about money? Stay if you want to, or go if you think you'd be better off. Only you know the answer.
Its not you, its me.
'Please don't hurt me, or I'll have to hurt you'. *Hands boss a letter worded so diplomatically it's actually cryptic*.
say " you elitist pig, i work and slave all day while you pad your pockets with the fruits of MY labor-I'm outta here you inconsiderate, evil, greedy bazterd."
Um i would just say i regret to inform you i am giving you my teo weeks notice
"I am on a highyway to hell but baby I will be back in black"
I am respectfully submitting my two week notice in writing.