Resignation acknowledgement: letter

Amicable letter from the employer, acknowledging the employee's resignation, stating the effective date of termination, final salary payments and other resignation matters.
Suitable for use in: England & Wales and Scotland
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  • Plain English makes editing easy
  • Guidance notes included
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About this document

If you are an employer, it is important that you follow the correct procedures for resignation. This letter ensures you do just that – it acknowledges the employee's resignation, states the effective date of termination and finalises salary payments and other resignation matters. It essence, it aids a swift, amicable and transparent resignation process.

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

  • Acknowledgement of employee’s resignation;
  • Effective date of termination;
  • Finalises salary payments;
  • Finalises other payments and other matters.
Draftsman

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

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