Disciplinary Appeal Letter Template

Appeal against your dismissal or any disciplinary actions with our Disciplinary Appeal letter.

  • A letter template that you can send to your employer where you have been informed that you are going to be subject to disciplinary action and you wish to appeal against the decision.
  • Option to include a Peace of Mind check and a guided walkthrough with a Valla coach to ensure your document is professional and taken seriously.
  • Downloadable letter in .doc and .pdf formats.
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IN THE SOUTH LONDON EMPLOYMENT TRIBUNAL BETWEEN:

Agnieszka Nowak
Claimant

and

Thomspon Motors Ltd.
Respondent

PARTICULARS OF CLAIM / PAPER APART

The Claimant
1. I was employed by the respondent as a Car salesperson. My employment with the Respondent terminated on Feb. 16, 2023. The reason I left my role was due to resignation.

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Why you should use a professionally written disciplinary appeal letter

A disciplinary appeal letter is useful if you’ve faced disciplinary action at work and you want to appeal the decision.

It’s important to be precise about why you want your employer to review their decision. A good disciplinary appeal letter will make it clear why you think the outcome was unjust.

It’s also useful to formalise your disagreement at this stage in case you want to make a claim at Tribunal later.

Examples of when to use a disciplinary appeal letter

There are a few scenarios where a disciplinary appeal letter is useful in solving your employment issues. Here are some examples:

Example

Josephine has been dismissed but feels that this was too harsh a penalty for what she has done.

She therefore sends a disciplinary appeal letter to her employer.

Example

Marta has been issued with a final written warning.

However, at the meeting where she was issued with the warning, she was not informed of the allegations against her or given any time to prepare.

She therefore sends a disciplinary appeal letter to her employer.

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How to use a disciplinary appeal letter template

Writing a good appeal against a disciplinary decision letter may be quite important for your case. To do this, you should:

  1. write your letter
  2. send the disciplinary appeal letter to your employer
  3. wait for your employer to come back to you
  4. take a note of any deadlines your employer has set under their disciplinary procedure (if this exists)
  5. diarise to chase your employer if they don’t come back to you on time.
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