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  • Employment - Proposal to dismiss and re-employ on new terms
    Proposal to dismiss and re-employ on new termsIt may be possible to introduce new employment terms by terminating an employee's existing contract on notice and immediately offering to re-employ them on the new terms. Use our letter to invite an employee to a consultation meeting to discuss dismissal and re-employment. Only send it after conducting a full consultation procedure and ensure you have a sound business reason for the change.Proposal to dismissWhere you've followed a fair consultation process to seek...
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  • Employment - Employment contract variation flow chart 2
    Employment contract variation flow chart 2 Use this flow chart when attempting to impose a contractual variation that requires employee consent. See the employment contract variation flow chart 1 to help you determine if employee consent is needed.   Employee agreesWhere the employee has agreed to the change, you should get them to sign an acknowledgement to that effect. The easiest way to do this is by requesting them to sign an acknowledgement to your letter setting out the change. This should avoid any...
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  • Employment - Letter terminating employment and offering re-employment on new terms
    Letter terminating employment and offering re-employment on new termsWhere an employee refuses to accept a change, you may decide that the only way forward is to impose the variation by way of dismissal from the old contract of employment coupled with an offer of continued employment on the new contractual terms. Beware that this can still amount to an unfair dismissal regardless of whether or not the employee accepts the offer of re-employment on the new terms.Termination and re-employmentIf an employee refuses...
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