Employee dismissal letter following previous disciplinary action

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Use this document to create a dismissal letter to an employee following previous disciplinary action and a final disciplinary meeting. This letter is the final step in the disciplinary process where the employee has previously been given at least two written warnings and has had previous meetings to discuss the matter and to give excuses and reasons. If, on the other hand, you are summarily dismissing on account of gross misconduct, you should use the 'Employee dismissal letter for gross misconduct' document instead of this one.

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Useful information

When should a settlement agreement be considered?

A 'Settlement agreement' (formerly known as a 'Compromise agreement') can be used to settle a dispute between an employer and employee and to terminate an employment contract.

What are the procedures for disciplining employees?

There are a number of steps required for the compliant disciplining of employees, which all employers should adhere to if they are to avoid potentially expensive lawsuits.

How does Employment Law affect my business?

Employment law is designed to protect the rights of the employee and covers almost all aspects of the employer/employee relationship.
Compatible region(s): England & Wales Scotland Northern Ireland

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