Disciplinary policy and dismissal procedures
- Letter of Concern£4.99Download
Send this letter to an employee when you need to raise concerns regarding an incident or issue with regard to their employment that they need to be made aware of and make improvements to ensure it doesn’t happen again.
- Disciplinary Outcome - Warning£4.99Download
Send this letter to an employee confirming the outcome of their disciplinary hearing informing them that the company has decided to issue them with either an informal, formal or final written warning.
- Disciplinary Invite - Warning£4.99Download
Send this letter to an employee to confirm that you would like them to attend a disciplinary hearing. The letter sets out the date, time and location and also details of the alleged misconduct.
- Appeal Response - Warning£4.99Download
Send this letter to an employee to invite them to attend a meeting with regard to their appeal against the company’s decision to issue them with an informal, formal or final written warning.
- Appeal Response - Dismissal£4.99Download
Send this letter to an employee to invite them to attend a meeting with regard to their appeal against a decision to dismiss.
- Appeal Outcome - Warning Upheld£4.99Download
Send this letter to an employee who has appealed a disciplinary decision with regard to an informal, formal or final written warning that they have been given, and the company has upheld their decision.
- Appeal Outcome - Dismissal Upheld£4.99Download
Send this letter to a staff member who has appealed against a disciplinary decision to dismiss, but the company has upheld their decision.
- Dismissal or demotion letter£4.99Download
Send this letter to a staff member who has failed to improve their conduct or performance and you wish to dismiss them or take further action other than dismissal.
- Final warning letter£4.99Download
Send this warning letter to a staff member after a meeting where you have discussed a problem. Final warning letters are usually issued after you have warned them about a particular performance or conduct issue and they have not made any improvements.
- Improvement letter following a warning or disciplinary meeting£4.99Download
Send this letter to a staff member when they have made considerable and satisfactory improvement to their performance and/or conduct following a formal warning or disciplinary meeting.
- First formal warning letter£4.99Download
Send this letter to a staff member after you have held a disciplinary meeting to confirm the outcome for poor performance.
- No further action letter£4.99Download
Send this letter to an employee when a warning or disciplinary meeting has been held and no further action will be taken as a result of satisfactory improvement having been made by the employee to their performance and/or conduct.
- Disciplinary policy and procedure£4.99Download
The purpose of Disciplinary Policy and Procedure is to set and maintain standards of conduct within a company, and in doing so, ensure that all employees are treated fairly and consistently. It is designed to help and encourage all employees to achieve and maintain satisfactory standards of conduct.
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