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Answer for Sample letter for Termination notice withdrawal – MB and QC

Yikes! While templates are OK for general policies, they’re highly inadvisable for letters and other direct communications. Those things need to be based on the specific circumstances. I’d suggest asking your legal counsel to draw up a letter you can use. If that’s not an option, be sure your letter:

  • Lists the employees’ names;
  • Refers specifically to the previous termination notice, including the date;
  • Expressly states that this letter withdraws that termination notice; and
  • Asks employees to acknowledge receipt and list date of receipt.