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  1. Provides a Policy & Procedures of Termination of Employment
  2. Provides a Flowchart of SOP Termination of Employment
  3. Provides of Termination Letter Form

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SOP Termination of Employment (Examples & Templates)

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1. Policy of Termination of Employment
2. Procedure of Termination of Employment
3. Flowchart of SOP Termination of Employment
4. Termination Letter Form

The purpose of this procedure is to explain the process of employee termination effectively and in compliance with current regulations.

The termination procedure is carried out in accordance with company regulations and the Manpower Law. The termination procedure is initiated once an objective evaluation of a number of factors has been completed and is supported by solid evidence. The termination procedure is implemented to enforce employee discipline in accordance with company regulations and work ethics.

The term termination of employment refers to the end of an employee's work with a company. An employee may be terminated from a job of their own free will or following a decision made by the employer. Employers who execute a termination of employment may do so for a number of reasons, including downsizing, poor job performance, or redundancies.

1. Termination of employment refers to the end of an employee's work with a company.
2. Termination may be voluntary, as when a worker leaves of their own accord.
3. Involuntary termination occurs when a company downsizes, makes layoffs, or fires an employee.
4. Severance packages are discretionary, which means a company does not need to offer them to employees when their employment is terminated.
5. A worker who is unemployed through no fault of their own may be eligible to receive unemployment benefits.

An employee is usually fired from a job as a result of unsatisfactory work performance, bad behavior, or a poor attitude that does not fit with the corporation's culture. They may also be let go because of unethical conduct that violates the company's policies.

According to at-will employment laws recognized in some states, a company may dismiss without warning any employee who is performing poorly or violating some form of the company's rules. In fact, the company does not need to give a reason for the employee's termination.

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UJ Consulting

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Untung Juanto ST. , MM. Founder of UJ Consulting. He is professionally experienced business and management consultant in several local and multinational companies. [read more]

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