Redundancy consultation meeting
I have arranged a meeting at on at :. The aim of the meeting is to give you a chance to discuss the proposed redundancy in more detail. Issues for discussion may include:
- Why your position has been proposed for redundancy.
- The terms on which any redundancy would take place.
- Any possibilities for alternative employment.
- Any ideas you may have for avoiding redundancy or reasons why you think should not make you redundant.
You may bring a work colleague or, if you have one, a trade union representative to the meeting as your companion. If you intend to bring a companion, please let me know their name as soon as possible. The meeting will be chaired by .
Following the meeting, will consider any points you make at the meeting and arrange a further meeting to discuss our response and decision, which you will then be informed of in writing.
I am sorry to have to address this letter to you and I appreciate how this news must have affected you personally. If you have any questions or issues about the redundancy process that you wish to discuss prior to the consultation meeting, please contact me.
I would also like to thank you in advance for your continued professionalism during this difficult period.
Please acknowledge receipt of this letter and confirm that you will attend the meeting as scheduled. If, for any unavoidable reason, you or your companion cannot attend at that time please contact me as soon as possible.
We treat personal data collected during the consultation process in accordance with our data protection policy. Information about how your data is used and the basis for processing your data is provided in our employee privacy notice and other policies.
If you or your companion have any specific needs at the hearing as a result of a disability, or if you have any other questions, please also contact me as soon as possible.