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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 taking unlawful industrial action

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.

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

Letter informing a trade union that the organisation does not believe the correct balloting process has been followed

Letter informing a trade union that the organisation does not believe the correct balloting process has been followed

This letter informs a trade union that they have not followed the correct notification procedures for balloting to take industrial action and, as a result of this, any action taken will be unlawful. It also confirms that any employees who take part in this unlawful action will have breached their contract of employment.

Letter informing a trade union that the organisation does not believe the correct balloting process has been followed

Letter to employees confirming that upcoming industrial action is lawful

Letter to employees confirming that upcoming industrial action is lawful

This letter confirms to employees that industrial action they are to take part in is lawful as correct notification procedures have been followed, however the organisation reserves the right not to pay them for this action and is hopeful that an agreement will be reached beforehand.

Letter to employees confirming that upcoming industrial action is lawful

Letter to trade unions confirming that upcoming industrial action is lawful provided notification of industrial action is received

Letter to trade unions confirming that upcoming industrial action is lawful provided notification of industrial action is received

This letter outlines to a trade union that the notification process for balloting has been followed and that the organisation now requires written notice of the commencement of industrial action. It also outlines that the organisation is hopeful an agreement can still be reached.

Letter to trade unions confirming that upcoming industrial action is lawful provided notification of industrial action is received

Letter to trade unions confirming that upcoming industrial action is unlawful as appropriate notification has not been received

Letter to trade unions confirming that upcoming industrial action is unlawful as appropriate notification has not been received

This letter confirms to a trade union that, whilst the correct notification procedure was followed during the balloting process, the union failed to issue notification of industrial action. Therefore, any subsequent industrial action is unlawful.

Letter to trade unions confirming that upcoming industrial action is unlawful as appropriate notification has not been received