The following Employment precedent provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
[To be typed on headed notepaper of employer]
Dear [insert name of employee],
Re: [insert name of employer] (the Company)
Following our most recent meeting with you on [insert date][, at which you were accompanied by [insert name]], I am writing to [inform you of OR confirm] the Company's decision regarding your employment.
It is with regret that I have to inform you that the Company has taken the decision to terminate your employment on the grounds of your ill-health. This decision was taken in the light of [the medical evidence OR the report of Dr [insert name] dated [insert date]], the discussions we have had with you and the needs of the business.
In our letter dated [insert date of final written warning], we gave you a final written warning in accordance with the Company's [Performance and capability procedure]. In that letter you were warned that the Company would need to consider terminating your employment on notice if it was not possible to proceed with the option[s] for [alternative employment [as [insert job title/description]] AND/OR early retirement under the Company’s pension scheme AND/OR your claiming under the Company’s permanent health scheme].
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