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Notice of Dismissal for Excessive Absences


Date:

To: [employee]

The purpose of this letter is to notify you that your employment
with this company is hereby terminated. The termination is
effective on [date]. The reason for your termination is an
excessive number of unauthorized absences.

You were previously warned regarding the unauthorized absences
on [date of warning]. Should you have any questions regarding
the dates of your absences, a copy of your attendance record is
available in the personnel office for your review.

Severance pay will be paid as per company policy if you meet the
qualifying criteria. Within 30 days of termination we will issue
you a statement of benefits. Insurance benefits will continue
for the time required by statutes or regulations. For a briefing
on your termination benefits, please contact [name] in the
personnel office.

Your final paycheck may be obtained from the personnel office.

We sincerely regret this action and wish you the best of luck in
finding a new employment situation.

Sincerely,

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