Letter Template for Staff Disciplinary Meeting

This Template Is Part Of Our Free HR Tool Kit Collection

The employee disciplinary process needs to be carried out correctly to avoid costly legal problems in the future.

Our template for a letter informing an employee of a disciplinary meeting can be used in your HR process.

Staff Written Notice How To

The word document can be downloaded for free below. We hope this makes managing your small business HR needs a little easier!

The Team at SINC

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Letter Informing Employee of Disciplinary Meeting:

Dear [name],

I am writing to inform you that you are required to attend a company disciplinary meeting on [date] at [time]. The meeting will take place at [location]

The reason for this meeting is to address the company disciplinary action currently being taken against you in regards to [employee actions]

The following supporting documents are attached: [document names]

You are encouraged to be accompanied by a support person. This person could be a family member, colleague, union representative or anyone else you wish. The consequences that could arise from the meeting might be [possible consequences].

Sincerely,

[name]

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This sample resource is provided to you free by SINC BUSINESS CORPORATION to help with your compliance efforts and includes no warranty as to its suitability for any particular task. It is only our opinion based on our experience and should not be considered legal advice.