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Letter regarding ballot to select IC employee representatives

EXPLAINING THAT A BALLOT IS TO BE HELD TO SELECT EMPLOYEE REPRESENTATIVES FOR INFORMATION AND CONSULTATION PURPOSES AND INVITING NOMINATIONS

Responding to a request for a european works council checklist

1.  Does your organisation employ at least 1000 employees in the EEA with at least 150 employees in each of two or more member states? If not, then respond to the

Letter to all employees with ballot results where this does not support negotiation of a new agreement

On [date] a number of employees within the organisation wrote to us asking that the organisation enter into negotiations to reach an agreement under the Information and Consultation of Employees

Unlawful industrial action checklist

Had there been a ballot before the industrial action took place?  If so, consider the following questions. If the answer to any of them is ‘no` it is possible that

Letter to employee reps explaining responsibilities and advising of date of first meeting

LETTER TO GO TO ELECTED EMPLOYEE REPRESENTATIVES SETTING OUT THEIR RESPONSIBILITIES/DUTIES AND ADVISING THEM OF THE DATE FOR THE FIRST MEETINGDear [Name] As you are aware, the organisation has received a

Issues to discuss when negotiating an I and C agreement checklist

Note: The Information and Consultation of Employees Regulations 2004 do not specify the content of the agreement, however the government guidelines (originally from the DTI, now the BIS) suggest that

Letter to employees involved in industrial action for over 12 weeks and employer is considering dismissal

It is with regret that I note that you have been involved in industrial action against the company since [date]. The industrial action has now lasted for [number] weeks.

Letter to employees who have taken official industrial action - explaining how much pay will be deducted from their salary

LETTER TO EMPLOYEES WHO HAVE TAKEN OFFICIAL INDUSTRIAL ACTION - EXPLAINING HOW MUCH PAY WILL BE DEDUCTED FROM THEIR SALARY Dear [name]On [date] you were involved in official industrial action. As

Letter to employees who made IC request where over 40 percent support that request

On [date] you wrote to us asking that the organisation enter into negotiations to reach an agreement under the Information and Consultation of Employees Regulations 2004.

Letter to employees who made IC request where less than 40 percent supported

On [date] you wrote to us asking that the organisation enter into negotiations to reach an agreement under the Information and Consultation of Employees Regulations 2004.



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