A pink slip is an informal term used in the United States to describe a notice of termination of employment, given to an employee by their employer. The notice may be given verbally, in writing, or electronically. The term is derived from the color of the paper on which the notice is usually written.
A pink slip is an informal term for a notice of termination of employment, given to an employee. The notice may be given verbally or in writing. The notice may be given by the employee's employer or by the employee's union.
The most common difference between a pink slip and a resignation letter is that a pink slip is generally given to an employee as notice of termination, while a resignation letter is given to an employer by an employee who plans to leave the company. A resignation letter typically states the date when the employee will leave the company, while a pink slip does not.
A pink slip is a notice of termination of employment, while an offer letter is an offer of employment.