Letter of Termination to an Employee in 30 Day Notice

[It is common practice for businesses, employers, and a variety of other enterprises to provide a 30-day notice when they intend to terminate an agreement that they initiated for their own convenience. While the script of the 30-day notice letter may vary depending on the needs of the individual, the basic concept remains the same. In most cases, the notice is given to the other party in the initial agreement by the person who intends to initiate the termination. The type of letter provided by the notice’s initiators will vary depending on individual circumstances and may differ according to business or individual requirements. The letter’s sole purpose is to inform the other party that the agreement he or she has with the initiator will be terminated within the next 30 days.]

Date: DD/MM/YY

Name of employer, official address, and branch at which employee is placed.

Name of employee, branch address, and designation…

Subject: 30-day notice of termination from employment.

Dear [employee name],

We have been observing that you have shown no improvements to the drawbacks which had been pointed to you during the annual assessment and have continued to operate in the manner undesirable to this organization. (Describe in your words). Under the circumstances, we are left with no option but to terminate your services by providing you with a 30-day notice starting [date]. (Describe all about the situation).

We certainly wish we could have continued to have your services had you shown any improvements to the drawbacks which had been highlighted. (Describe on official terms and conditions). Nevertheless, we would like to offer you our best wishes for your future endeavors. (Cordially describe your greetings and expectation). Your end-of-service benefits will be transferred to your account within the stipulated period as mentioned in your employee agreement.

Sincerely,

Signature of employer…

Name of employer…

Contact Info…