HI Team, Please provide me a notice email i have to sent to the employee because of his bad performance, His last day in this office is 30th June Reason- Work is not good and satisfactory
From India, Delhi
Labour Law & Hr Consultant
Hr Manager

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Please See below letter


MR. __________________

Emp. Code: ______

Dear Mr. ______,

Sub: Discontinuation of Employment for Bad performance

This is to inform you that your employment with our company will be discontinued effective ______________. In accordance with company policy, you will be required to serve a notice period for …….. month and your last working day will be ______________.

During this period, we need your full support in smooth hand over of your duties.

We wish you all the best with your future endeavors.

Yours Sincerely,

Authorized Signatory

From India, New Delhi

Dear Sunakshi,

If work related behavior like poor/bad performance is a continued one even after corrective measures like putting the employee on some PIP with proper documentation, then it becomes an issue of taking formal disciplinary action as per the principles of natural justice and only then, you can issue a notice of termination. Without following these procedural steps, if you terminate the services of the underperforming employee straight away as per the stipulation, if any contained in the appointment orders or service regulations, it would be illegal and if contested by the aggrieved employee, it will not stand Judicial scrutiny.
Even if it is discharge simpliciter, it tantamounts to retrenchment and should be simultaneously accompanied with notice salary and retrenchment compensation as contemplated u/s 25-F of the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947.

From India, Salem

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