Employee dismissal letter after previous disciplinary action and an appeal hearing (ED009)

Use this letter to dismiss an employee after he/she has appealed a decision to dismiss made at a disciplinary meeting but the decision following the appeal hearing is still to dismiss. Please note that, in order to use this letter, the employee must have been the subject of repeated disciplinary action due to their poor performance and/or professional misconduct and must have been dismissed using a valid disciplinary and dismissal procedure. This letter also takes account of garden leave and PILON clauses if applicable. If the decision after the appeal hearing is not to dismiss, use the LawOnline document 'Employee formal appeal hearing outcome letter' (ED005) instead of this one. If the decision following this meeting is to summarily dismiss on account of their gross misconduct, you will have to use the LawOnline document 'Employee dismissal letter for gross misconduct after an appeal hearing' (ED008).

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Employment - discipline & dismissal
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