Employee Warning Letter

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Letter of warning issue by the employer to the employee highlighting the performance issues, performance improvement details and expected improvement date.

Employer writes to employee to inform them of unsatisfactory performance and that immediate improvement is required. Employees are expected to maintain an acceptable of performance by the duration of employment. If the performance issues are not improved, the employee will be subject to further disciplinary action up to and including termination.

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Letter of warning issue by the employer to the employee highlighting the performance issues, performance improvement details and expected improvement date.

This Letter should be sent to the Human Resources Department, if applicable.

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Document Type:

Letter / e-mail / note / correspondence

Category:

Business > Human Resource / Employment > Human Resource / Workplace Issue

 
Keywords:

employee warning, performance issues, performance improvement, performance improvement date

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