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What is difference in between dismissal and termination? V K Sharma
From India, Delhi
Dear Sharma,
In the first place, dismissal and termination refer to the process of cessation of the contract of employment. But termination, in employment context, is a generic term embracing all types of cessation of job like resignation, voluntary retirement at the instance of the employee, retirement on attaining the age of superannuation as per the contract of employment, discharge, retrenchment, dismissal at the instance of the employer. Dismissal, on the contrary, is a consequence of disciplinary action on a/c of some serious misconduct committed by the employee within or outside the zone of his employment and attaches stigmatic consequences like deprival of terminal benefits, disqualification for future employment etc.

From India, Salem
Anonymous
Hi, Can someone help me in understanding the difference between Employee Termination and Employee Dismissal? Is it the same or is there some difference? Thanks in Advance.
From India, Chennai
Termination is considered as end, closed, etc. It is true no matter how someone left a company (voluntarily or involuntarily, fired, quit, laid off, etc). When an employee is no more associated with the company then, the employment is terminated.
Dismissal is an action led by the employer which results in Termination of employment. It is an involuntary separation. Otherwise known as being fired, sacked, canned, or discharged.

From India, Bangalore
Hi Sharma,
Termination is considered as end, closed, etc. It is true no matter how someone left a company (voluntarily or involuntarily, fired, retrenched, quit, laid off, etc). When an employee is no more associated with the company then, the employment is terminated.
Dismissal is an action led by the employer which results in Termination of employment. It is an involuntary separation. Otherwise known as being fired, sacked, canned, or discharged.

From India, Bangalore
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