When an employee’s employment terminates, he or she may be in possession of items belonging to your business (e.g. mobile phones, laptops/tablets, access cards and keys). This property may not always be returned immediately, even when it should be.
Often their continued possession will be accidental and if so, especially if you’re on good terms with the departing employee, it’s probably best not to leap in with a tersely worded letter. A tactful and non-threatening phone call or email may suffice.
However, for those occasions when a disgruntled employee holds onto property longer than is right, these documents may assist.
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