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  • 1. Let us have as much information about the issue as possible.
  • 2. Explain events in the order they happened in as much detail as you can. Give the facts leading up to the situation, and the situation itself.
  • 3. Remember that you are describing this to someone who knows nothing about your workplace or what occurred.
  • 4. Talk about the custom and practice (the way you normally do things) if applicable.
  • 5. If you are using any specialised terms relevant to your particular industry explain any terminology or processes.
  • 6. If you have been dismissed do you have a new job? If not, have you made any attempts to find a new job?

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