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Warning letter on drinking and unethical behavior

rizwanb Started The Discussion:

Dear All,

Since I am new in this field, I am writing to seek your help as one of my staff member during an official trip abroad got drunk and misbehaved. By misbehaved I mean that she was doing some un-ethical/disreputable things with some other male participants. Even upon her senior’s explicit instructions, she continued the same practice for the whole week at the conference, forgetting that she is our representing our office as well as our country.

Due to heavy drinking in the evening, she was not able to attend workshops early morning, and also missed most of the other useful training workshops during the day time. Since, this is her very first time, and keeping in mind her sound past performance, instead of firing her, we are giving her a Warning. We need a written apology from her, and will deduct her one week’s salary.

Please help me to draft this legal letter…..

Appreciate your prompt response.

Rizwan

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