HR Glossary / Breach of Contract of Employment Letter

A breach of contract of employment letter is an official document that puts an early end to the employment contract between an employer and an employee.


How to write a breach of contract of employment letter

A breach of contract of employment letter must be written by the employer and should be professional and courteous. It must include:

  • Employee’s name
  • Date
  • Grounds for dismissal or departure
  • Date of termination of the employment contract
  • The signatures of the parties

What’s the difference between a termination of contract letter and a resignation letter?

The breach of contract of employment letter may be written by an employer or an employee. A resignation letter can only be written by the employee.


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