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Letter

Letter to employees taking unlawful industrial action

Letter to employees taking unlawful industrial action

Letter to employees taking unlawful industrial action
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This letter explains why the industrial action is unlawful and clarifies that by taking unlawful industrial action the employee is in breach of their contract. The letter also outlines the damage the unlawful industrial action is causing to the organisation and emphasises that the organisation is willing to discuss the issues with trade union representatives but not while unlawful industrial action is taking place.

Letter to employees who are performing only a part of their duties

Letter to employees who are performing only a part of their duties

Letter to employees who are performing only a part of their duties
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This letter contains two optional statements. One informs the employee that their pay will be reduced. The other tells the employee that they are not required to attend the workplace until they are prepared to work normally.