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  1. Hi, Could you please explain the rationale behind your request for a termination letter? Thank you

  2. Hello, There are two primary reasons for this decision: cost reduction and inadequate performance. This employee has not been meeting expectations since they began working with us, and we are now looking to end the employment due to the need to reduce costs.

  3. Greetings everyone, When it comes to terminating an employee due to poor performance, cost cutting, or no call no show, it is important to first discuss the situation with them and make them understand. Instead of issuing a termination letter, it is better to ask the employee to put down a resignation letter. This is important to ensure the employee’s benefits are not affected. I would appreciate if we avoid terminating any employee from any organization and ensure they put down a resignation letter. Thank you.

  4. Between management and the employee, making sure that the employee understands the situation and resigns if necessary. This is where HR can really demonstrate its skills. Thanks.

  5. There could be potential disputes if a termination letter is issued without due consideration.

  6. As an HR, it is important to have a discussion with the employee in question to identify any areas of improvement and if necessary, provide training to help them develop. If the employee is unable to demonstrate improvement, then the termination procedure should be followed. Attached is a termination letter format. Regards

  7. As a HR Manager that our role should be to facilitate communication between the Management and the employee in the event of such a situation. I would urge all HR personnel to avoid terminating an employee for the purpose of cost cutting, as there are other ways to reduce costs. Termination should only be considered in cases of criminal activity.

  8. Greetings everyone, I hope you are aware of the process that Jetairways has been following. They have distributed around 800 pink cards and have been taking them back from employees every third day. If this is being done for the sake of tax exemption or any other matters, then it is acceptable to terminate or give the pink card. However, if not, I would like to request all Human Resources personnel, from coordinators to VP HR, not to force an employee to terminate unless there is a strong reason for it. Even in such cases, resignation letters should be taken from the employee. Thank you.

  9. my email address I am seeking a termination letter for the BDM. It was previously communicated to them that they must not use personal mail or any other personal means to contact clients. It has now come to my attention that they are working as a BDM for another company, so I need to terminate them before any further harm is done. Please send the termination letter to my email address.

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