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What is a Poor Performance Outcome Letter?
Employers use Poor Performance Outcome Letters to communicate the outcomes of disciplinary hearings for poor performance to employees. A Poor Performance Outcome Letter informs an employee of the reasons for the outcome and their rights in relation to it (eg the right to appeal). This helps the employer to comply with their obligations under employment law by carrying out a transparent and fair disciplinary process.
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When should I use a Poor Performance Outcome Letter?
Use this Poor Performance Outcome Letter:
when you want to confirm:
that an employee has been given a warning or a final written warning as a result of a poor performance hearing, or
that no further action will be taken following a poor performance hearing, and
only for employees based in England, Wales or Scotland