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Contract Completion and Not Continue Further Letter Format in Word

Within the corporate understanding, contracts or agreements are said to be documentary notations required by officials to decide over specified working terms and conditions. The contractual agreements are created for a specific time period and needs renewal or expiry after that time slot. This is the reason that professionals make sure to communicate about the continuation or termination of the contract through proper emails or letters. This tends to be an amicable way of communicating business necessities to the other person for sure. Here is the format of the letter, which informs about unwillingness to continue with a company or particular profession on completion of the contract.

Date: February 27, 2018

To,

Mr. Shailesh Malik,

Employee No: 2486

Sub: Non-renewal of the term contract

Dear Mr. Shailesh,

This letter is in reference to your contract with our company, Adroit Web Solutions Pvt. Ltd. We entered into a term contract for the requisite services from your end, which initiated on February 27, 2018 and terminates on February 28, 2019. As the respective contract is about to finish, the administrative decisions are explication of the fact that the company does not wish to continue with your high-end services. It is just a corporate decision taken by higher authorities without any negative intentions.

As a part of compensation, you will be paid till the last date of the contract as full and final settlement. Therefore, you are requested to handover the company laptop and mobile to the HR Manager and get clearance from the departments. On submission of the clearance details, you will be provided with a certificate on your last working day. Along with this, you will be given an experience certificate with details description of the responsibilities handled at Adroit Web Solutions Pvt. Ltd. This will help you in getting excellent opportunities and open ways for more job prospects.

The end of the contract does not mean that your journey to success has halted. In fact, this will make you progress on the path of brighter future. Though, the contract between you and our company has come to an end; still, we have retained your contact details in our record bank. As the requirement of the company persists in near future, we might contact you again for your valuable services. We wish you all the best in life and a prosperous career ahead.

Thanks,

Shreya Bansal

HR Manager

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Posted by Hrformats - February 27, 2018 at 5:56 AM

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Employment Contract Termination Letter

There are certain organizations which recruit employees for specific time period or some specific reason or project. Whenever such a hiring is done, it is done with the help of an employee contract which consists of all the terms and conditions. It is a legal document and both the parties have the right to terminate it at any point in time by using employee contract termination letter. It must contain all important details like the effective date of termination of contract, request for return of company property and also the date on which the employee will receive his final paycheck.

If you are still not very clear about the idea of framing such a letter then refer to the sample template given below which can be used for creating a customized draft as per your need.

Sample Employment Contract Termination Letter

Date: January 30, 2015

Mr. Andrew Jackson

Human Resource Manager

ABC Corporation Pvt. Ltd.

12 Park Avenue

New York

To,

Mr. Sam Brown

52 Richmond Street

New York

Dear Mr. Brown,

The purpose of writing this letter is in reference to your employee contract that is soon to expire on February 10, 2015. You have all the option to renew it at our discretion. During this period of our association, our company has been quite impressed and pleased with your working style and quality of work you have delivered. But we have decided that we will not be renewing the contract at present because the markets are really dull. Due to slow work conditions we are compelled to end the contact 3 weeks early from the actual date. Hence, your employee status with ABC Corporation Pvt. Ltd. will be terminated as of January 20, 2015.

On the last day of your employment, you will receive your last paycheck. As per the clauses stated in the contract, you will be paid for an additional one week of work but you will not be entitled to benefit pay. This amount will reflect in your final paycheck. Moreover, you will receive an e-mail stating all the other benefits and pay that you are entitled to as per the contract.

I request you to please return the company properties mentioned below, that have been in your possession, on or before January 20, 2015: laptop, LED monitor, Canon printer, mouse, keyboard, speakers, paper supplies and office stationery. From today onwards all your official ids and passwords to all client accounts will be disabled. In the coming days, you will only be involved in tasks that do not involve access to confidential information. This is something strictly professional and as per the rules of the company and has nothing to do with our confidence in you.

The company is quite impressed with your work and if you request then I will be happy to supply you with a letter of recommendation. You may ask for the same from other managers with whom you have worked in this organization. In case you have any questions then please feel free to call me at 123-45678.

I wish you all the best for future. I also invite you to stay connected with our website and apply for new contracts in future.

Regards,

Andrew Jackson

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Posted by Hrformats - January 30, 2015 at 12:00 PM

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Contract Labour Agreement Format

I have Attached Contract Labour Agreement Format

AGREEMENT WITH AN INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR

 

This agreement made at MARSMAN INDIA LTD., Gat No. 581/582 , At Post Janori, Mumbai Agra Road, Tal- Dindori, Dist – Nashik – 422006 on this day of 20.11.2008 between M/s B.M.A SERVICES. Proprietor Mr. Mohan Bapurao Adhangale, Address-Dattaprasad Apt., Near Bhole Mangal Karyalaya, Uttam Nagar, Nashik, hereinafter referred as a Contractor and M/s. MARSMAN INDIA LTD, Nashik, hereinafter referred to as  “Principal”.

Where the ‘Principal’ is engaged in the construction manufacture of various construction & mining equipments and where as this work can better be executed by an independent contractor and the principal is desirous of giving out the work to some reliable person and whereas the contractor is engaged in this type/nature of work and whereas he has represented to the principal to this effect and is desirous to undertake and execute on contract basis.

                                                           Contd… 2

*** 2 ***

NOW THEREFORE THESE DEEDS ARE UNDER BELOW:

 

  1. The contractor agrees to execute, fulfill and discharge the work and obligations hereinafter provided in the manner hereinafter agreed to the entire satisfaction of the ‘Principal’.

 

  1. That the contractor will execute and efficiently handle the work entrusted to him in accordance with the directions and specific instructions as having been correctly executed and efficiently handled until it is approved by the principal.

 

  1. That the principal will, if it suits to his convenience give the House Keeping, Gardening and Packing Related work to the Contractor.

 

  1. That the contractor will decide the number of workmen to be engaged for execution of work and will alone be entitled to dictate such workers about the manner of the execution without any interference or instructions or intervention whatsoever of the principal. The Principal will not have connection with workers engaged of by the contractor neither he nor any of his officials will supervise/dictate/Control to the workers the manner of execution completion of the job.

 

  1. The Principal will have the privities of contract with the contractor only and will give instructions to him and will have nothing to do or concerned with the conditions of employment of the workers working for contractor.

 

  1. The Principal will not be entitled to retain any control, supervision or the manner of the selection, discharge dismissal or retrenchment or reemployment of the workers engaged/employed by the contractor.

 

  1. Contractor will appoints any Outsiders, Not from any Local State.

 

  1. Contractor will take responsibility to provide the decided fix strength of employees on day-to-day basis.

 

  1. If required contractor will employ more employees on Daily wages.

 

10. Contractor employed his own supervision and he will be answerable against any absenteeism. Contractor will reply to Supervisor, W.M, and G.M. in any dispute of employee.

 

11. That the contractor will be liable for due observation and implementation of the statutory conditions or requirements of labor and factory laws as applicable to his workmen i.e. P.F., ESIC, Professional Tax and All Government. Liabilities. The contractor should submit the P.F., ESIC, P. T., & Government. In case ESIC is not applicable, then The Workmen’s Compensation Act should be applicable. Liabilities paid up challan along with the bill for job work.

 

Contd… 3

 

 

*** 3 ***

12. The contractor will get him registered under Shops and Establishment Act and/or contract labor abolition and regulation Act, or any other law applicable and maintain all required documents requests and records of workers.

13. The contractor is responsible to provide his workers a working Dress (dress should not be similar as regular workers of the principal) and Industrial safety shoes as per Act, otherwise the same will be provided by principal and cost for the same will be deducted from contractor’s next bill.

 

14. That all company rules applicable i.e. company timing & ISO process, house keeping etc. will be applicable to all workers engaged the contractor which should be strictly obeyed and maintained.

 

15. The contractor will be free to work anywhere else or to undertake any contract provided that he will remain responsible to the principal for the due and efficient execution of the jobs entrusted to him.

 

16. In case, the contractor or his workers are allowed to work at the premises of   the Principal, the contractor will have no right or lien whatsoever upon the            premises and contractor and his workers will move out of the premises at            the instance of the Principal.

 

17. The Principal will not, in any manner be responsible for any act, omission or commission, accident and injury of the workers engaged by the contractor and no claim in this respect will lie against the Principal, his heirs, or engaged/employed by the contractor which the Principal is obliged to discharge by virtue of any statute or any provision of law and rules due to more fact of the workers of the contractor working at the principal premises or otherwise the contractor will be liable to indemnity/reimburse to the principal all the money paid in addition to the expenses incurred by him.

 

18. That the duration of this contract is for a period of One year from the date of these covenants though the parties will have a right to extend the period to any extent to which the parties may mutually agree in writing before the expiry of the stipulated period.

 

19. That either party may terminate the contract even before the stipulated period by giving to another party notice in writing. Notice from contractor should be before minimum 1 month for termination and notice from principal should be minimum 1 month from termination. Otherwise outstanding all amounts will be forfeited by the principal, and contractor cannot claim any charges from principal.

Contd… 4

*** 4 ***

 

20. In the event of non-compliance or breach of any terms of the contract or unsatisfactory or inefficient working, the principal will be at the liberty to revoke the contract by a week’s notice in writing.

 

21. The 10% amount will be deducted from each month bill and the same will be refunded in next month bill.

 

22. Penalty @ 4 % per day is recovered if work is not completed in stipulated time limit.

 

23. Contractor will have to adjust his work force in 3 shifts (i.e. IST IIND, and IIIRD) as per principal’s requirement or workload & for final welding contract or has depute his welders in night shift as per requirement of company

 

24. Both parties have studied all the terms & conditions mentioned in the above contract and agreed for the same.

 

25. In witness where of this agreement is executed on 20.11.08

 

 

 

Witnesses:                

 

1.   Marsman India Ltd., Janori.                       1st Party (Principal)

 

 

  1. 2.                                                                                                                                                                             2nd Party (Contractor)

                                                                                          Mr. Mohan Adangale

   (B.M.A.Services )


 

AGREEMENT WITH AN INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR

 

This agreement made at MARSMAN INDIA LTD., Gat No. 581/582 , At Post Janori, Mumbai Agra Road, Tal- Dindori, Dist – Nashik – 422006 on this day of 01.04.2011 between M/s SCORPION ENTERPRISES. Proprietor Mr. Mohan Bapurao Adhangale, Address-Dattaprasad Apt., Near Bhole Mangal Karyalaya, Uttam Nagar, Nashik, hereinafter referred as a Contractor and M/s. MARSMAN INDIA LTD, Nashik, hereinafter referred to as  “Principal”.

Where the ‘Principal’ is engaged in the construction manufacture of various construction & mining equipments and where as this work can better be executed by an independent contractor and the principal is desirous of giving out the work to some reliable person and whereas the contractor is engaged in this type/nature of work and whereas he has represented to the principal to this effect and is desirous to undertake and execute on contract basis.

                                                           Contd… 2

*** 2 ***

NOW THEREFORE THESE DEEDS ARE UNDER BELOW:

 

  1. The contractor agrees to execute, fulfill and discharge the work and obligations hereinafter provided in the manner hereinafter agreed to the entire satisfaction of the ‘Principal’.

 

  1. That the contractor will execute and efficiently handle the work entrusted to him in accordance with the directions and specific instructions as having been correctly executed and efficiently handled until it is approved by the principal.

 

  1. That the principal will, if it suits to his convenience give the House Keeping, Gardening and Packing Related work to the Contractor.

 

  1. That the contractor will decide the number of workmen to be engaged for execution of work and will alone be entitled to dictate such workers about the manner of the execution without any interference or instructions or intervention whatsoever of the principal. The Principal will not have connection with workers engaged of by the contractor neither he nor any of his officials will supervise/dictate/Control to the workers the manner of execution completion of the job.

 

  1. The Principal will have the privities of contract with the contractor only and will give instructions to him and will have nothing to do or concerned with the conditions of employment of the workers working for contractor.

 

  1. The Principal will not be entitled to retain any control, supervision or the manner of the selection, discharge dismissal or retrenchment or reemployment of the workers engaged/employed by the contractor.

 

  1. Contractor will appoints any Outsiders, Not from any Local State.

 

  1. Contractor will take responsibility to provide the decided fix strength of employees on day-to-day basis.

 

  1. If required contractor will employ more employees on Daily wages.

 

10. Contractor employed his own supervision and he will be answerable against any absenteeism. Contractor will reply to Supervisor, W.M, and G.M. in any dispute of employee.

 

11. That the contractor will be liable for due observation and implementation of the statutory conditions or requirements of labor and factory laws as applicable to his workmen i.e. P.F., ESIC, Professional Tax and All Government. Liabilities. The contractor should submit the P.F., ESIC, P. T., & Government. In case ESIC is not applicable, then The Workmen’s Compensation Act should be applicable. Liabilities paid up challan along with the bill for job work.

 

Contd… 3

*** 3 ***

12. The contractor will get him registered under Shops and Establishment Act and/or contract labor abolition and regulation Act, or any other law applicable and maintain all required documents requests and records of workers.

13. The contractor is responsible to provide his workers a working Dress (dress should not be similar as regular workers of the principal) and Industrial safety shoes as per Act, otherwise the same will be provided by principal and cost for the same will be deducted from contractor’s next bill.

 

14. That all company rules applicable i.e. company timing & ISO process, house keeping etc. will be applicable to all workers engaged the contractor which should be strictly obeyed and maintained.

 

15. The contractor will be free to work anywhere else or to undertake any contract provided that he will remain responsible to the principal for the due and efficient execution of the jobs entrusted to him.

 

16. In case, the contractor or his workers are allowed to work at the premises of   the Principal, the contractor will have no right or lien whatsoever upon the  premises and contractor and his workers will move out of the premises at   the instance of the Principal.

 

17. The Principal will not, in any manner be responsible for any act, omission or commission, accident and injury of the workers engaged by the contractor and no claim in this respect will lie against the Principal, his heirs, or engaged/employed by the contractor which the Principal is obliged to discharge by virtue of any statute or any provision of law and rules due to more fact of the workers of the contractor working at the principal premises or otherwise the contractor will be liable to indemnity/reimburse to the principal all the money paid in addition to the expenses incurred by him.

 

18. That the duration of this contract is for a period of three years from the date of these covenants though the parties will have a right to extend the period to any extent to which the parties may mutually agree in writing before the expiry of the stipulated period.

 

19. That either party may terminate the contract even before the stipulated period by giving to another party notice in writing. Notice from contractor should be before minimum 1 month for termination and notice from principal should be minimum 1 month from termination. Otherwise outstanding all amounts will be forfeited by the principal, and contractor cannot claim any charges from principal.

Contd… 4

*** 4 ***

 

20. In the event of non-compliance or breach of any terms of the contract or unsatisfactory or inefficient working, the principal will be at the liberty to revoke the contract by a week’s notice in writing.

 

21. The 10% amount will be deducted from each month bill and the same will be refunded in next month bill.

 

22. Penalty @ 4 % per day is recovered if work is not completed in stipulated time limit.

 

23. Contractor will have to adjust his work force in 3 shifts (i.e. IST IIND, and IIIRD) as per principal’s requirement or workload & for final welding contract or has depute his welders in night shift as per requirement of company

 

24. Both parties have studied all the terms & conditions mentioned in the above contract and agreed for the same.

 

25. In witness where of this agreement is executed on 01.04.2011

 

 

 

 

 

 

Witnesses:                

 

1.   Marsman India Ltd., Janori.                       1st Party (Principal)

 

 

  1. 3.                                                                                                                                                                             2nd Party (Contractor)

                                                                                          Mr. Mohan Adangale

   (SCORPION ENTERPRIES )

 

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Posted by Hrformats - July 4, 2012 at 7:16 AM

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Contract Renewal Letter

I have attached contract renewal letter sample format.

RENEWAL LETTER

 

BDEL/                     / 2011-12                                     __________(DATE)

 

____________

____________

____________

____________

(NAME AND ADDRESS OF THE EMPLOYEE)

 

Dear Sir,

 

Contractual arrangement as ____(DESIGNATION)

 

We invite a reference to our earlier letter No. ________ dated ________.

 

Your contract is extended for a period of ____ from _______(PERIOD) to ______, with effect from ________(DATE).

 

All the other terms and conditions of the letter dated _______(DATE) referred to above would remain the same.

 

Thanking you,

 

Yours faithfully,

 

 

 

SHRUTI TRIPATHI

MANAGER (HR& ADMIN.)

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Contract Completion and Not Continue Further Letter Format
Within the corporate understanding, contracts or agreements are said to be documentary notations required by officials to decide over specified working terms and conditions.

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Posted by Hrformats - June 19, 2012 at 5:22 AM

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Contract Labour Form in India

Download the latest Contract Labour Form II in India.

 

FORM II

[See rule 18 (1)]

Certificate of Registration

No…………….                                                                                             Date…………

Government of India

Office of Registering Officer

            A certificate of registration containing the following particulars is hereby granted under sub-section (2) of Sec.7 of the Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act, 1970 and the rule made thereunder to………………………………………………………

………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

 

1.      Nature of work carried on in the establishment.

2.      Names and addresses of contractors.

3.      Nature of work in which contract labour is employed or is to be employed.

4.      Maximum number of contract labour to be employed on any day through each contractor.

5.      Other particulars relevant to the employment of contract labour.

……………………………………………

Signature of Registering officer with seal

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Posted by Hrformats - June 14, 2012 at 5:07 AM

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Labour Licence preparation & Procedure and forms

Attach herewith the Labour Licence preparation & Procedure and forms.

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Posted by Hrformats - August 29, 2011 at 10:13 AM

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Contract staffing Agreement format

Here is sample format.

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Posted by Hrformats - May 12, 2011 at 8:41 AM

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