Resignation is the formal notification to your employer that you’ve decided to change jobs and leave the business.
Its giving your employer a notice period to find someone to fill your role and for you to hand over to a replacement.
Check your work contract for your official notice requirement.
Decided I want to quit my job but make sure you are aware of the steps to achieve this.
Write a formal letter of resignation keeping everything simple and to the point.
Even if you hate your job remember you are likely to need to ask for a letter of recommendation or a reference for your new role.
As to talk to your manager, supervisor or the person your report to notify and handover your formal letter of resignation.
Make sure this person is aware you are leaving before anyone else.
You should receive formal confirmation of acceptance of you leaving. This should include an expected final work date.
This can include accumulated holidays so could be sooner than you think.
Be honest but not rude. Some see it as an opportunity to tell the boss exactly what they think without fear.
The business want to learn from your departure, understand why, how they can improve things and what changes or lessons can be learned.