create conditions under which an employer may, at its discretion, pay statutory indemnities or statutory severance payments, if both are accurate; (c) payment of accumulated but unpaid salary up to the date of termination, accumulated and unused annual leave and salary instead of dismissal and date of payment in case of dismissal A letter of termination or separation is a formal written termination of the employment relationship. It is usually communicated following a dismissal meeting during which the employee is informed orally of the situation. A cancellation contract is an agreement between the worker and the employer to terminate an existing employment contract without notice, although the agreement must be concluded by mutual agreement. An employment termination contract is an official activity document that officially records that all parties to a contract have agreed to terminate it. Severance pay or severance pay is often granted to staff upon termination of employment. The minimum legal termination required for dismissal is as follows: under the provisions of the Labour Code relating to job security, a worker can only introduce a re-employment process to be reinstated after dismissal by the employer if the worker works for that employer for at least six months, if the employment contract is valid for an indefinite period (duration). if the place of work employs more than thirty workers and the worker is not a representative of the employers (which means that the worker must not be in a high-level position where he is entitled to represent the employer, in particular with regard to the recruitment and dismissal of workers). . . .