Suspension and dismissal

This section contains model letters for the employer that deal with matters of suspension and dismissal from employment. Easy to adapt, and written in plain English, these letters should reduce the likelihood that the matter will be referred to tribunal.


    Summary dismissal letter: gross misconduct

    Letter verifying summary dismissal often called 'dismissal without notice' for gross misconduct (eg theft, fraud, violence).

    Letter to employee: reasons for dismissal

    Letter detailing the reason for the employee's dismissal. Ensures that the employee understands why he/she was dismissed, thereby reducing the probability that he/she will make an unfair dismissal claim against you.

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