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Warning Letter For Poor Performance

Ranjani4u Started The Discussion:

Dear All,

Can u help me in finding a format for a warning letter for employee poor performance and this is not a late coming or absenteeism. Mainly the performance is deteriorating. If possible give me first warning, second warning and final warning letters.


Regards,

Ranjani

aussiejohn - Senior Member
Use the DOWNLOAD box at the top of the page. There is already material about warning letters posted here by other CiteHR members.

Search FIRST ask SECOND.

Most of what you require is already here.

John in Oz

Ranjani4u - Contributing Member
Hi,

I have searched for all the results in CiteHR. But I need a letter which says about the job performance in a friendly and soft manner. I dont need harsh ones. Plsssss help me. Its urgent.


Regards,
Ranjani

shine.prabha - Contributing Member
Hi, Ranjani Hope this format will help you.and i hope its not tooo late.


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sari.anju - 
can sombody please help me out in issueing 1 month notice to one of the Employee who’s performance is poor.the working day is 30th Nov 09.My mail id is sari.anju@gmail.com

hmalik - 
Respected sir, i required a neglegence letter regarding operations department in toll collection field. thanks

I want warning Letter format for the kitchen chef. chef was fighting to manager . Thanks & Regard

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