This document can be used as a template for the investigator / HR department to give notice of appeal meeting against warning. It sets out the date and time of the appeal, and it also states that the decision of the appeal is final and not subject to further review.
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The document titled 'Letter Giving Employee Notice' is an important document that serves as a formal notice to an employee regarding their appeal against a written warning or final written warning. The document begins with the account holder's first name, last name, job title, and address. The current date is also mentioned.
The letter is addressed to the recipient, starting with 'Dear Sir/Madam'. It informs the employee that they have appealed against the written warning or final written warning that was previously confirmed in writing on a specific date. The letter states that the appeal hearing will be conducted by a designated hearer at a specific location on a particular date and time.
The employee is informed that they have the right to be accompanied by a work colleague or a trade union representative during the appeal hearing. The letter emphasizes that the decision made during the appeal hearing is final and there is no further right of review.
The letter concludes with 'Yours sincerely'.
1. Enter the account holder's first name, last name, job title, and address in the designated fields.
2. Specify the current date in the provided space.
3. Address the recipient as 'Dear Sir/Madam'.
4. Mention that the employee has appealed against a written warning or final written warning.
5. Provide the date, time, and location of the appeal hearing.
6. Inform the employee about their right to be accompanied by a work colleague or trade union representative.
7. Emphasize that the decision made during the appeal hearing is final and cannot be further reviewed.
8. Conclude the letter with 'Yours sincerely'.