Retirement Notice Letter, Sample & Format

Introduction:

A retirement notice letter is sent by an employee to his employer reminding him that the former is going to get retired. In most countries, the retirement age is 65 whereas in some it is 60. Either way, the person getting retired has to inform his employer, and he may do so in the form of a letter or an e-mail according to his wish. The letter should include the date of retirement along with the due he needs to be cleared off. You can also mention your love and gratitude towards the employer and the company. A retirement means that the person no longer has to work and can enjoy the rest of his lifetime at home in leisure.

This is an official letter, and so it must be written in a formal tone also keeping in mind the format as well as important details that should be mentioned about the retirement. It is also a nostalgic time for the writer, and some sweet memories can be mentioned in the letter. Also, remember to thank the employer for having helped you throughout the years.

Sample Letter:

From,

Patrick J. Davidson

Harvey Davidson Pvt. Ltd.

292 McVaney Road
Asheville, NC 28801

DD/MM/YYYY

To,

Mandy Mulligan

CEO at Harvey Davidson.

1086 Hedge Street
Millington, NJ 07946

Dear Sir,

Sub: Retirement notice letter.

I am writing this letter to inform you that I am due to retirement at the end of this month since I will be celebrating my 65th birthday on the 4th of the next month. I will be leaving office on DD/MM/YYYY, and so I hope you will find a suitable candidate to fill up for me until the end of the month. I will help you in the search for a replacement for my position.

I have had a fantastic time working for the company for 35 years and it is going to be a tough time for me to get used to life without an office. I request you to clear all my dues and bonuses till the end of the month.

I hope all arrangements about the retirement will be made in time and I will bid a happy farewell to all my friends in the company.  Thanks for your guidance and support throughout the years.

Thanking You,

Patrick James Davidson.

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