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Termination occurs every time a contract comes to an end. While dismissal may be the most common and the most important in terms of employee rights and employer obligations, there may be other reasons for termination.
The types of termination are:
expiry of a limited or fixed term contract
resignation by the employee (with or without notice)
operation of law / frustration
dismissal by the employer (with or without notice)
A contract and employment under that contract will terminate when a period specified in a fixed term contract comes to an end or where an event specified in a limited-term contract occurs.
Termination of a contract does not constitute a dismissal at common law but is a dismissal under unfair dismissal legislation.
A resignation is effectively a decision by the employee to terminate his own contract.
It is only treated as a dismissal if the decision is
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