Well, this is awkward.
Nobody wants to terminate an employee.
However, sometimes things just don’t work out and an employee needs to hit the road. When that happens, as an employer, it is very important to get all of your ducks in a row.
In this case, you will want to provide a termination letter to the employee. While you will likely terminate the employee in a meeting, you will still want a termination letter in order to document the event, the next steps and the employee’s knowledge.
Use these guidelines and termination letter sample to write a clear and communicative letter.