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 Resignation & termination

A range of US employment termination agreements, resignation letters and serverance agreements.


Employment resignation letters

1.99  

These Resignation Letters are for use when you resign from a job and want to do so in a dignified and professional manner.

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Resignation confirmation letter

2.99  

This Resignation Confirmation Letter will confirm that you have received an employee's resignation and sets out the procedures for exit from your company.

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Termination letter - for cause

2.99  

This Termination Letter for Cause will effectively terminate an employee. This letter sets out any wages or benefits to which the employee is entitled and that the termination is effective immediately.

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Corporate executive severance agreement

19.95  

This Corporate Executive Severance Agreement sets forth an executive's resignation from a company and the desire to render consulting services.

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Termination letter - unsatisfactory probationary period

2.99  

This Termination Letter will effectively terminate an employee who had an Unsatisfactory Probationary Period.

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Employment severance agreement

19.95  

This Severance Agreement details the mutual agreement between employer and employee when employee's relationship with employer is terminated.

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Employee final release

19.95  

This Employee Final Release is used when an employee voluntarily leaves or is terminated by an employer.

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Employee termination kit

19.95  

This Employee Termination Kit is for use by an employer when it is necessary to terminate an employee.

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