Letter—to witness regarding giving evidence and procedure at tribunal hearing

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Letter—to witness regarding giving evidence and procedure at tribunal hearing

[Insert name and address of witness]

Private and confidential

Dear [insert name]

[Insert nameEmployment tribunal claim

Employment tribunal hearing [insert date]

Further to our recent [correspondence OR discussions], I write in order to provide you with some information as to the tribunal procedure, and what to expect at the hearing listed for [insert date], at which you have agreed to appear as a witness.

Before the hearing

It would be most helpful if, before the hearing, you familiarise yourself with your witness statement and any documents that I have sent to you for the purposes of this hearing.

As discussed when we prepared your witness statement, it is very important that you are happy with its contents, as the more confident you are with your statement, the easier you will find the experience of giving evidence and the better your evidence will come across to the tribunal. If you have any questions regarding your statement, please do not hesitate to contact me.

[If your employer is reluctant to release you for the hearing, we can arrange for you to be served with a witness order from the tribunal, requiring you to attend and give evidence. Please let me know as soon as possible if you think this might be necessary.]

On the[ first] day of the hearing

On the[ first] day of the hearing, I would

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