Sample Employee Termination Letter: The Rough and Ready Guide to Employment Termination
Employers must use proper employment termination letters, so here are some sample employee termination letters to get you started.
Before you use these free employee termination letters, you must be aware that you must use proper dismissal procedures to ensure that you are fair, consistent, and legally proper. Employment law must be followed, otherwise you and your company is at real risk of disputes from disgruntled ex-employees and ensuing penalties. In all cases, refer to your local expert on employment law to ensure you are compliant and compassionate.
Employee termination is usually for one of three reasons; redundancy,
gross mis-conduct and poor performance. Each "path" to dismissal
is different, and again, must comply with local employment legislation.
If at any point in the process you are unclear about what to do
next, consult with your local expert. For example, it is important
that you involve all interested parties such as trade unions, outline
clearly the employee's rights to appeal against the dismissal, and
provide at least the minimum statutory notice periods and re-numeration.
Citation Information: Swinton, Lyndsay. "Sample Employee Termination Letter." Mftrou.com. 12 October 2006. < http://www.mftrou.com/sample-employment-termination-letter.html >.blog comments powered by Disqus
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