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Retirement: C) Letter to Employee Rejecting their Request to Work Beyond the Expected Retirement Date LRET03 £4 plus VAT

Following a meeting to discuss a request to work beyond the employee’s expected retirement date, the employer must inform the employee of the outcome of the meeting as soon as possible. In the event of rejecting the employee’s request the letter must explain the employee’s right to appeal against the decision. Under the law employers are not obliged to give the employee reasons for rejecting their request. This document meets the legal requirements for an employer to respond with the rejection of a request to work beyond the normal retirement date.


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