Letter—disciplinary procedure (2): to employee requesting attendance at hearing
Letter—disciplinary procedure (2): to employee requesting attendance at hearing

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  • Letter—disciplinary procedure (2): to employee requesting attendance at hearing

[insert date]

Dear [insert name of employee],

Re: [insert name of employer] (the Company)

Following [our recent discussion, in which I made you aware of concerns about [insert details] OR investigation into the allegations made against you, as set out in my letter to you of [insert date]], the Company has concluded that these issues are sufficiently serious to require you to attend a disciplinary hearing.

[Your suspension on full pay has been reviewed and you [may return to work on [insert date which should be the next working day after the letter is received] OR will remain suspended until the [disciplinary] hearing in accordance with the terms of the letter informing you of your suspension].]

[I enclose a copy of the Company's [dismissal and disciplinary procedure] for your reference OR A copy of the Company's [dismissal and disciplinary procedure] may be found in [the Company’s staff handbook OR [specify document]]], and you are

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