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confirmation of outcome of redundancy appeal meeting
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Confirmation of outcome of redundancy appeal meeting

Confirmation of outcome of redundancy appeal meeting

After holding an appeal against the decision to dismiss the employee on redundancy grounds, you need to formally notify them, in writing, of the outcome. The decision on an appeal will be final.

A final decision

After hearing what the employee has to say as part of their appeal, there are two possible outcomes. The first is that you decide to reject the appeal. This means the decision to dismiss the employee on redundancy grounds stands. The second option is that you uphold the employee’s appeal, which involves reinstating them into employment as if they had never been dismissed. In this scenario, your employee will probably have been out of your employment for a couple of weeks without pay. You would normally be expected to pay the employee for the period between the dismissal and their reinstatement. Use our Confirmation of Outcome of Redundancy Appeal Meeting to notify the employee in writing of the outcome of their appeal and to clarify that the appeal decision is final.

 

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