When do I need to send a letter to a staff member?
There are many situations where you might need to send letters to staff regarding their employment or changes that affect them. We can work with you to customise letters regarding performance, misconduct, bullying and harassment, termination, resignation, stand down or other matters.
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Why do I need to send letters to staff?
In some circumstances the law will require that you give written notice or communicate by sending letters to staff. Additionally, it may be more practical to send a letter, such as with a Statement of Service. It’s also best practice to have a written record of your communication with staff.
Frequently Asked Questions
Letters to staff vary depending on the reason for the communication. Letters may include details of the staff member’s employment, written warnings about conduct or notification of a meeting. Some letters may provide for a period of consultation with the employee about changes that affect them.
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We’ll consider your unique situation and let you know if we think this is right for your business.
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