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Chapter 11. Personnel Letters > Termination Letters

Termination Letters

Termination letters are one type of correspondence that is almost invariably difficult to write. Few people want to sit down to write a letter firing an employee. Unfortunately, it is a task that must be handled from time to time. When termination must be faced, it is best to be well equipped to deal with the situation.

A standard dismissal letter does not exist. Since every job termination has particular circumstances, each termination letter must be written to fit the situation at hand. Each termination letter is a very personal matter. Each employee has a different relationship with a company. As a result, the employee will have to be informed about the procedures to take upon termination, on everything from severance pay to collecting accumulating pension benefits.


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