Termination Letter (Notice or Payment in Lieu)

Termination Letter (Notice or Payment in Lieu)

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A Termination Letter (Notice of Payment in Lieu) allows for immediate termination or termination with notice period (payment in lieu). Customisable and ready to use in under 3 minutes.

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This Termination Letter (Notice of Payment in Lieu) is a standard temination letter. It is important that you follow the correct procedures when terminating an employee. Generally, an employee should receive a written termination letter in accordance with the notice period in their employment contract. This letter allows for you to specify if the termination is with payment in lieu of a notice period.

Use this Termination Letter (Notice or Payment in Lieu) if:

  • You would like to terminate the employment of an employee; and
  • You would like to terminate an employee in accordance with their employment agreement.

What does the Termination Letter (Notice or Payment in Lieu) cover?

  • Informs the recipient that the employment contract is terminated pursuant to his or her employment agreement;
  • Provides for a notice period or payment in lieu of notice;
  • Sets out relevant termination payments.

Other names for Termination Letter (Notice or Payment in Lieu) include:

  • Letter of Termination; and
  • Termination of Employment Letter.

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