Free template letters and documents
The legal letter templates and example documents are listed below for you to adapt for use in your dispute with your UK employer. Just click on the blue sub-heading to view a list of the specific type of templates required.
When completed correctly, your employer will think that you have hired lawyers. which of course makes it much easier to obtain a negotiated exit package, called a settlement agreement or compromise agreement.
1. Without prejudice letter templates – click here
These without prejudice letter templates should help you to secure the settlement agreement deal which you deserve. There are three different without prejudice letter template examples, and they are explained below. You can chop and change them to suit your case.
a) Commission & bonus unpaid – click here
This template is great to send to your employer when they owe you specific sums of money, such as commission payments or bonus payments, which you can identify in a list. To help focus their minds, why not attach a draft ‘ET1′ employment tribunal claim form – not only does this help to make it more real for them, but it is also useful preparation for you, as you may need to issue a claim if this letter doesn’t produce results.
b) Sham redundancy selection – click here
This without prejudice letter template is a polite yet firm letter which was used in a case of constructive dismissal and disability discrimination, prior to the issue of employment tribunal proceedings. It is often good to try to prevent claims before they start, with the suggestion of a reasonable out of court settlement. Possible claims here include constructive dismissal, whistleblowing and disability discrimination.