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Offer of suitable alternative employment letter template

Reviewed 18 November 2020

Use this letter to offer alternative employment to an employee whose job has been identified as redundant.

Offer of suitable alternative employment

[Sender name]

[Sender address]

[date]

[Recipient name]

[Recipient address]

Dear [Recipient first name],

Offer Of Suitable Alternative Employment

We are pleased to conclude our recent discussions and formally offer you the position of [role] with effect from [date] reporting to the Managing Director. I have enclosed a role profile.

The offer of this position is subject to a 13 week trial period on both sides from the date of commencement, which will be upon written acceptance of this offer. Should either party decide during or at the end of this period that you are not suitable for this position you may be entitled to redundancy payment.

All other terms and

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