HI Guys, I am making an appointment letter for company, can you please help me to add all major and minor points in the concern of termination of services.
From India, Gurgaon
It is Company specific.
You have not mentioned whether you are hiring on permanent basis with six months probation period or for fixed contract period, say for 2 years, subject to renewal.
In general separation clause to talk about separation with notice ( 1,2 or 3 months as per Company requirement) or salary in lieu of that. Also partial notice along with pro-rated shortfall salary can be included in the clause. The general notice period is 1 month or salary in lieu of that.
In addition to the above you can add about termination of employment /contract in terms of breach of the terms of the employment, with one month pay.
Also include confidentiality/ non engagement of other employment (part time) during service/ jurisdiction in case of dispute clause

From India, Madras
We are hiring on Permanent Basis with six month probation period. I want to include each and every clause In Case of termination, so please help me into that....
From India, Gurgaon
Hi, You can prepare a draft based on above inputs and present for correction. Thanks
From India, Madras
thanks I'll definitely add above mentioned points in AL.
but in addition I want to one more thing in AL, if we want to terminate someone on immediate effect without any cause and Notice pay,
Can we add this point in AL?
and is it legally bound as well?

From India, Gurgaon
Termination without notice is legally not right for confirmed employees. Even for misconduct disciplinary process to be followed properly and employee should be given opportunity to represent his side. However you may do so during probation period in case of non performance.

From India, Madras

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