One of our buds has recently tendered her resignation and taken a position with another firm (We wish you great success on your new adventure Marlene.)
Being the clever girl (yeah, I referred to her as a girl but since when have I ever been politically correct? Besides, she’s cool with it and that’s what really matters. [I also occasionally call her “mam”.}) that she is and, like a good proposal manager, wishing to be proactive, Marlene took it upon herself to write and distribute a mail to the other employees within the company. Her mail follows:
To all employees,
I resigned from ABC Corp. on December 3, 2010. I was immediately taken back to my desk where I packed my personal effects, under the supervision of security and was then escorted off the premises.
I am no longer in the employ of ABC Corp. Therefore, I should not be allowed in the building or on company premises. If you encounter me on the property or attempting to gain access to the building, you are requested to remind me that I no longer work for ABC and ask me to leave.
In the event I refuse to leave or become uncooperative, you are advised to call security immediately. They are trained to handle such situations. Under no circumstances should you attempt to remove me from the premises
You go girl! Good luck.