FREE Canadian Termination Letter - Unsatisfactory Probation

A free Termination Letter as a result of a Unsatisfactory Probation period for use in Canada. This letter is sent by the empoyer to the employee.

Disclaimer:This was not drafted by a attorney & should not be used as a legal document.



TERMINATION LETTER- UNSATISFACTORY PROBATION



[On Company Letter Head]



Date:



[Name of Employee]

[Address]



Dear [Name],



This Letter is in confirmation of the discussion you had with Mr. [Name of the senior] wherein it was finally decided that your performance with the Company at the [Position] has been not satisfactory and up to the standard and expectations it was presumed by the Company at the time of your engagement with the Company.



As you were engaged on the position of [Position] by your engagement/ appointment letter with the Company dated [Date], the probation clause provides that your services with the Company can be terminated anytime if your performance is not up to the satisfactory standards laid down by the Company.

, without giving any due written notice to you.



Along with this letter, please find a cheque of sum of CAD $ [Amount] as a full and final payment to you for your services with the company.



Please return all the properties of the Company handed to you over the period of time.



You are relieved from your duties as on the date of this Letter. After signing this letter, you waive all the rights, claims, demands, actions or such obligations against the Company.



We wish you all the best for your future.



Best regards,



[HR/ Senior]

For [Company]






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