I have a small startup company and so far two of our employees simply quit without informing me. Being a registered business and all, i do provide every employee an offer letter so that it can help them ahead in finding another job. It's not much of a loss to me, but i wouldn't want them to come back after months saying hey, see i have your offer letter but i never signed any exit formality papers or resignation letter so i am still a part of this company and you are still entitled to pay me for all these months. I don't think any decent employee would normally do anything like that and if they did, that would be bad and may be illegal, but i just want to be on a safe side. How are you dealing with it? I already keep resignation clauses in offer letters, should i simply print out an absconding letter and sign it by myself? I don't have HR executives yet to take care of such stuffs and this is like my first time.