Termination is a dreaded word everywhere, more so in business and corporate settings, where it usually means an abrupt or bitter end to a contract.
If you are the one drawing up a termination letter, we created some letter templates that you can use to save time and stress to end contracts of employment, subscriptions, partnerships, or any kinds of negotiation between yourself and another party due to any number of circumstances (which are also included in the templates).
Employers are not the only ones who can benefit from our templates. If you are subscribed to a service you no longer think are working for you, we have subscription or contract termination letter templates that you can download, edit, and send to your credit card company, telecom provider, company, or any other service provider.
These letter templates are simple, short, and straightforward. They contain the usual and general reasons for contract termination such as a failed service that happened more than once, lack of resources to keep the contract, or an event that makes keeping the contract impossible such as a move to different address.
If you are involved in a business deal with a partner and you wish to cut ties with them, you can download our partnership termination letter templates, which are fully editable to suit the nature of the termination, whether you are at the receiving or addressing end.
Our templates contains general wordings and are phrased professionally and formally to ensure that even if you are ending a partnership for whatever reason, there is still acknowledgment of the relationship that has benefited both parties and a possibility of renewing this partnership in the future.
Dismissing an employee can be a daunting task, and writing a termination letter that clearly states their offense and, at the same time, acknowledges their dignity can be difficult. But it doesn’t have to be. Our job termination letter templates are professional, easy to edit, and gives you room to address the issues and violations that led to the termination.
If it is due to employment insubordination, our letter sample lets you chronicle the incidents that the employee has been in any way offensive. It also states which code of conduct the employee has violated and the gravity of the offense that led to his termination. The letter sample also phrases for you the benefits that the employee might still be entitled to after dismissal. This ensures that there are no loose ends once the termination is rendered effective.