This document is GDPR compliant. Make sure you do things right when you invite an employee to a poor performance hearing, with this invitation letter to a poor performance hearing. This notice of... ... Read more
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How to Make an Invitation Letter to a Poor Performance Hearing
This document is GDPR compliant.
Make sure you do things right when you invite an employee to a poor performance hearing, with this invitation letter to a poor performance hearing. This notice of poor performance hearing sets out in clear and simple terms the process to be followed and the employee's rights, helping ensure that the employer complies with the laws on performance evaluation.
Use this letter:
This letter covers:
This letter sets out in clear and simple terms the process to be followed and the employee's rights. It covers the disciplinary allegations, witnesses at the hearing and witness statements, the right of the employee to bring a companion and potential sanctions.
If you are formally disciplining an employee for poor performance, this letter helps to ensure you comply with the laws on unfair dismissal. In particular, it is designed to fulfil certain requirements of the statutory ACAS Code of Practice on Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures.
Poor performance is where an employee is not meeting an employer's expectations. Examples of performance issues include:
Gross misconduct relates to actions or behaviours of the employee that is so serious that it undermines the mutual trust and confidence between the employee and their employer. Gross misconduct will usually result in instant or summary dismissal.
Examples of gross misconduct include, but are not limited to:
A poor performance hearing is a type of disciplinary hearing.
Last reviewed or updated 17/06/2022
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