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[Insert name of employee]
[Insert address of employee]
Dear [insert employee’s name]
I write with reference to your appeal regarding your flexible working request dated [insert date which appeared on employee’s request].
Following the submission of your notice of appeal dated [insert date of notice of appeal], received by [insert name of employer business] on [insert date employer received the notice of appeal], [[OPTIONS 1 (full agreement to original request after proper consideration), 2,OR 3:] [a meeting was held OR meetings were held] on [insert date(s) of meeting(s) held to consider the appeal] at which your appeal was discussed with you OR [OPTION 4 (full agreement to original request without need for any discussion):] I was happy to agree to your original flexible working request without the need for any further discussion or investigation OR [OPTION 5:] it was immediately clear, without the need for any further discussion or investigation, that [insert name of employer business] would not proceed to consider your appeal because you were not legally entitled to make the request for flexible working which you submitted].
[In addition, the following further investigations related to your appeal were carried out: [insert details of additional investigations, eg talking to the applying employee’s team to ascertain whether working duties could be reorganised within the team to accommodate the
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