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  • Employment - Internal statement announcing employee's departure
    Internal statement announcing employee's departureUse our statement to make an internal announcement to other members of staff that an employee is leaving, or has left, your employment.Communication of departureWhen an employee leaves your employment, you can use our Letter Advising Employee Has Left to let external third parties, such as your clients and customers, know of their departure. However, what about notifying the employee's own work colleagues? Under the terms of your Resignation Policy, you may have...
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  • Employment - Pre-dismissal checklist
    Pre-dismissal checklistThis checklist covers matters to be considered prior to dismissing employees and can help to ensure compliance with the various legal requirements surrounding dismissals. Fair reason for dismissalMake sure you have a fair reason to dismiss and that you have followed a fair procedure as employees who have two plus years of service may otherwise be able to bring a claim for unfair dismissal. Note that no qualifying service is necessary for automatically unfair dismissals, for example dismissals...
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  • Employment - Post-dismissal checklist
    Post-dismissal checklistThis checklist should be used following all dismissals to assist in compliance with legal requirements. RestraintsAlso see our Pre-Dismissal Checklist and its introduction for matters to be considered prior to dismissing employees including those relating to restrictive covenants and garden leave. Providing referencesThere is no obligation on you to provide a reference unless required to do so, for example by a regulatory body or by the terms of a settlement agreement with an employee. ...
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  • Employment - Letter retracting heat of the moment dismissal
    Letter retracting heat of the moment dismissalUse our letter retracting heat of the moment dismissal to clarify the position with an employee who has been unintentionally dismissed in anger in the heat of the moment. You do need to act quickly though if you want to salvage the situation.Heat of the momentIt's not uncommon for supervisors or managers to dismiss employees on the spot during an argument or disagreement. They can lose their temper just as much as employees can, although hopefully they'll know better...
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