Disciplinary process in short: While your business is likely to benefit from the hard work and talent of your team, there will be instances when a disciplinary process is required. In this instance, you’ll need a series of letters: a disciplinary letter invite, a disciplinary written warning letter, and a dismissal letter. These letters should be used where an employer has begun a formal disciplinary process (in accordance with its disciplinary policy).
Invite letter: This particular template is for the disciplinary invite letter. This letter would be used at the beginning of the process and depending on how the meeting goes, would be followed either by a written warning or dismissal letter.
Content of the letter: A disciplinary letter invite confirms when the initial meeting with the individual potentially subject to disciplinary action will be held. This letter also includes who will be in attendance and the location of the meeting. It’s particularly important to clearly explain why the employer is taking disciplinary action – there should be no confusion regards what’s being discussed. Clear and consistent communication is key when embarking on a disciplinary procedure with a member of staff.
Created by lawyers: Docue’s disciplinary letter invite template is lawyer-made, lawyer-maintained, and has lawyer-crafted guidelines to steer you through every stage of drafting your document.
Easy to use: To create your disciplinary letter invite with confidence and speed, simply click through the intelligent tick box options and text box answers and you’ll have a ready-to-use letter in no time.