What do you say to clients when leaving a job?

What do you say to clients when leaving a job?

Dear [Client’s name], I’m writing to inform you that I have resigned from my position at [Name of your company]. I will be available until the end of the day on [date you plan to leave or turn over the account], and after that, [Name of your replacement] will be taking over your account.

Can you take clients when you leave a job?

A non-solicitation agreement is what a company often requires its employees to sign prior to commencing employment. This agreement prevents an employee from soliciting his former employer’s clients for a specified time period after the employment is terminated.

Can a former employer sue me for taking clients?

California has laws prohibiting non-compete agreements; but that just means that you were free to open a business competing with your former employer. The former employer can sue you, and the suit will have some validity if you…

Can you call your former clients and tell them that you are leaving?

Don’t reach out to customers to tell them you’re leaving until that communication has been approved by your boss. You can certainly reach out to any client you want to after you’ve left the company. Your manager may have a specific order in which he or she would like to disseminate the news of your departure.

What should you not do when you resign?

According to Hichens, don’t do the following when you hand in your resignation:

  1. Don’t complain to other employees about the company/your manager/your coworkers – don’t poison the well. It’s a bad look.
  2. Don’t leave without an agreed upon transition plan in place.
  3. Don’t get overly emotional.

How do you say goodbye to a client?

Whatever the reason for ending the relationship with your customer, your goodbye should be professional, leaving your customer with positive words to share with his network.

  1. Effectively Handle the Request.
  2. Make a Referral.
  3. Show Sincere Appreciation.
  4. Help the Customer Relax.

What can I say instead of bye?


  • adieu.
  • bye-bye.
  • Godspeed.
  • adios.
  • cheerio.
  • ciao.
  • parting.
  • swan song.

Is it illegal to take a client list?

First of all, no business “owns” its clients or customers. People are free to use whichever service providers they like, and agreements that prevent them from doing so are often viewed as illegal “restraints of trade” and are generally struck down by the courts.