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Changes to terms and conditions of employment letter template

This document is used where the Company wishes to change certain terms and conditions of employment with agreement of the employee.


Changes to terms and conditions of employment

[Sender name]

[Sender address]


[Recipient name]

[Recipient address]

Dear [Recipient first name],

Changes to Terms and Conditions of Employment

I [am pleased to | can] confirm the following [change[s] | addition[s]] to your terms and conditions of employment, which will take effect on [date]:

[Place of work

Your usual place of work will be [address], however the Company reserves the right to change this should the needs of the service require this.]

[Notice of termination


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Last update

9 March 2021


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