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Notice of possible redundancies letter template

Used as part of the redundancy consultation process, this is a detailed letter that informs the employee of future consultation meetings and also explains the reasons why the company is considering redundancies.


£4.00

Notice of possible redundancies

[Sender name]

[Sender address]

[date]

[Recipient name]

[Recipient address]

Dear [Recipient first name],

Notice of Possible Redundancies

As part of the on-going review of the business, we have found it necessary to consider our employment cost base. In order for the business to survive we must adhere to a low cost operating policy to provide the foundations for our ongoing success as a business.

Due to current market conditions and specifically [insert specific conditions], we have to consider different ways in which we can reduce our costs. Unfortunately this could potentially include a number of redundancies.

This letter is to ensure that all employees are fully aware of the reasons for the potential reduction in numbers and

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- Termination documents

Last update

31 October 2018

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