Reinventing the Letter Format: Letter to a Thing

November 18, 2015

Private and Confidential

Ms. Selph D’oubt

Fronto Striatal path
A.C. Umen state
RPIN – 210078

SUBJECT: TERMINATION OF EMPLOYMENT DUE TO REDUCTION IN FORCE.

Dear Ms. Selph D’oubt,

As a result of the recent changes in the industry and subsequent review of business requirements by the management of S and S Private Limited, it has been decided that the operations of the Losel of Steem segment will be closed and thus, the position of Associate Communication Officer, Losel of Steem is no longer needed.

All attempts to find you an alternative position within the enterprise and its associated entities have been unsuccessful. We regret to inform you that this indicates the termination of your employment with us, effective immediately, due to elimination of position. This decision is not a reflection on your performance.

Based on your length of service and in accordance with the contract of employment, your notice period is 8 weeks. In lieu of receiving that notice, you will be paid the sum of $ XY,OOO.

You will also be paid your accrued entitlements and any outstanding pay, including superannuation if applicable, up to and including your last day of employment, as a part of your final settlement.

We thank you for your valuable contribution during your employment with us. Please contact us if you wish to obtain a reference in future.

Yours sincerely,

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S.C. Ribbler
Manager, S and S Private Limited

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