Noboru's Journal

Tender My Resignation

I sent a signed contract for the new job to my agent via email in the morning.

I got his reply before lunchtime. He said the human resource person of the company was really glad to hear I would join the company.
“Do you have time to talk? ” I said to Mr.Arai, the vice president after lunchtime.

Then, we went into a meeting room.

“I would like to resign from my current position as I have got a job offer from other company and plan to accept it,” I  said simply.

“Oh, Okay. I understood, Akuzawa-san ,” (which is my family name) Mr.Arai answered.



It seemed he was not surprised since I actually told him that I might leave the current company within a year last December.

“Though I’m sorry to hear that since we have been working so closely. And you will be missed. But, I know I must accept it.”

Then, we started to talk about who would take over my responsibilities.

I’m sure I will miss my coworkers in the current company.

Related post

  1. Noboru's Journal

    Display Got Cracked

    In the morning, when I was leaving …

  2. Noboru's Journal

    Plants at the Office

    When the highest temperature goes u…

  3. Noboru's Journal

    I once was a protagonist in a play.

    Sometimes I feel that life is stran…

  4. Noboru's Journal

    One of my Main Strategies as a Public Relations

    This time, I will tell a bit about …

  5. Noboru's Journal

    Trigger for me to Start a PR job

    Some friends asked me why I became …

  6. Noboru's Journal

    Certainly, Sir

    In the morning meeting with CEO and…


  1. No comments yet.

  1. No trackbacks yet.

Free Report: How to Speak Japanese: The Faster Way to Learn Japanese

Official Textbooks / paperback

Official Textbooks / ebook

Recent post

  1. Japanese Sentence Patterns

    【Question★なぜ(naze) “why”】 
  2. Japanese Sentence Patterns

    【JLPT N2★ふうに (fuu ni): in a way (this wa…
  3. Japanese Sentence Patterns

    【JLPT N1★なりとも (naritomo): even a little,…
  4. Japanese Sentence Patterns

    【JLPT N3★にとって (ni totte): to, for, conce…
  5. Japanese Sentence Patterns

    【JLPT N1★くらいなら (kurai nara): rather than…