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Her partner is bringing in her sick note this afternoon which shows she is signed off for 2 weeks
We are going to send the termination letter to the employee today. The basis of terminating their employment is that they have been disrupting the staff in the office and their disrespect for a senior manager. We are going to state the below, would this be ok?
Following reports from senior managers within xxxxx expressing dissatisfaction over attitude, it was decided to cease your employment on Monday 9th September.
Clearly, because you were not in on this date and have not been in since this could not happen, and therefore we are now writing to you to inform you of the decision.
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