Letter to employee: termination of employment after working notice period

This is a letter from an employer to be used once the employee has worked his or her notice period. It states that the effective date of termination is the current day and it finalises termination matters such as the return of company property, final salary payments, accrued holiday and other matters.

Suitable for use in: England & Wales and Scotland
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About this document

If you are an employer, it is important that you follow the correct procedures for resignation so as to prevent tribunal claims from sour employees. This letter aids compliance with the law.

It is suitable for use once the employee has worked their notice period.

Application and features

  • Suitable for all businesses, whatever type or size
  • Suitable for all employers, heads of departments and managers
  • Written in plain English
  • With full explanatory notes

Contents

  • States the effective date of termination
  • Sets out termination matters such as return of uniform or other company property, final salary payments, accrued holiday and other matters
Draftsman

This document was written by a solicitor for Net Lawman. It complies with current English law.

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