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Third PIP meeting notification letter template

Reviewed 1 April 2021

Use this template to arrange the third (and potentially final) formal performance improvement plan (PIP) meeting after the second meeting has not led to any progress.

Third PIP meeting notification

[Sender name]

[Sender address]


[Recipient name]

[Recipient address]

Dear [Recipient first name],

Performance Improvement Procedure – Third Performance Improvement Meeting

I refer to the recent Second Performance Improvement Meeting held on [date] in which we discussed your recent performance during the review period and your performance more generally.

As a consequence of the discussions at the Second Performance Improvement Meeting on [date], I explained that I continued to remain dissatisfied with your level of performance and have now issued a First Written Warning to you in accordance with the Performance Improvement Procedure. This First Written Warning will remain current for a period of [months] months from the [date of meeting].

I can now confirm that at the meeting a se

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