Letter to invite an Employee to a Meeting to Discuss a Settlement Agreement
This Letter to invite an employee to a meeting to discuss a settlement agreement should be used when there have been previous discussions about bringing an employee’s employment to an end by mutual consent under the terms of a settlement agreement.
The letter invites the employee to a meeting to discuss the terms of that agreement and offers the employee the opportunity to bring a companion to the meeting if they wish.
This letter reminds the employee that discussions are being held under Section 111A of the Employment Rights Act 1996. Section 111A states that evidence of pre-termination negotiations (including any settlement offers) will be inadmissible in any legal proceedings. Accordingly, this letter should only be used in circumstances where there is no existing dispute and the only potential claim is unfair dismissal or constructive dismissal.
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