The following Employment precedent provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
[Insert name of employee]
[Insert address of employee]
Dear [insert employee’s name]
Thank you for your flexible working request dated [insert date which appeared on employee’s request] which was received by [insert name of employer business] [in the post on OR when you hand-delivered it to [insert name of recipient] on OR by email dated] [insert date employer received the request].
I would like to hold a meeting with you to discuss your request as soon as practicable.
You have the right to be accompanied at the meeting by a companion who must be a person employed by [insert name of employer business] [and may be your trade union representative]. Your chosen companion will be allowed to take time off during working hours for the purposes of
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