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Merry Xmas all (not for me).

 

I was dismissed not long ago and believe you me it was a a complete farce.

 

I am currently seeking legal advice and was wondering what information I NEED to include in my appeal letter? The reason I ask is because I am reluctant to showing my hand at this stage so to speak. The company has already proven to conjur up a case to support their stance and by giving them my detailed reasons for appeal, I would be giving them an early Christmas pressie to wrap and seal me up.

 

If anyone has any links to any template letters, I would be grateful.

 

 

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From whom are you seeking legal advice? Presumabley they have more details of specifics than you have given here and so are better placed to advise?


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Ive called a few employment law solicitors for a callback so I am in the very early stages however, Id like to put the company on notice that I would like to appeal without going into full details. Do I have to write the letter in a particular format and include specfics?

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Dear x,

 

further to your letter of (date) I hereby confirm that I wish to appeal the dismissal on grounds of xxx.

 

I have supporting documentation which I wish to present at the appeal meeting.

 

Please advise of the proposal date/time asap so I can confirm my union representative will be able to attend.

 

Yours,

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Hi

 

You need to be aware that their will be a time limit for appealing after the dismissal and have you been informed of this, in fact were you infomed of your right to appeal after the disciplinary hearing.

 

Also have a look at the ACAS Website will be useful to you: www.acas.org.uk/


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