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powwisyah Started The Discussion:

Dear friends, Pls help... urgent requirement of above subject. Kindly help me at the earliest. tks

priyajagadish -  Member Since: Jun 2009
I would like to have sample format of warning letter to be isssued to an employee for sleeping during work hours.

alexiscflee -  Member Since: Nov 2009
hey..hey..

please refer below ...

Please be strongly reminded that sleeping during working hours is an act of major misconduct. Any employee found to be doing so will be subjected to serious disciplinary action leading to termination or dismissal of service from the company. As such, employees are strictly prohibited from committing such an act of misconduct during working hours in the company premises.


hope it helps..

Dinesh Divekar -  Member Since: Nov 2006
Dear Alex,

The text that you have given is suitable for general notice and not for addressing to specific to an employee. The warning letter can go like this:


To,
Mr/Ms __________
Employee No: -
________________ (name of company)
________________ (name of city)


Sleeping while on Duty

1. While on duty on _______ (date), you were found sleeping at _______ (place), at _______ hours (time).

2. Sleeping on duty constitutes the misconduct under the following clause of Standing Orders applicable to you:

" ____________ "

3. You are hereby warned to be careful of your conduct while on duty. Recurrence of this misconduct or any other misconduct will lead to initiation of severe disciplinary action against you.

For _____________ (name of the company)

_____________ (name of the issuing authority)
_____________ (designation of the issuing authority)

pujasoniac10 -  Member Since: Sep 2008
thanks for the post can this be sent to the senior admin officer. He sleeps everyday between 1.30 to 2.30 pm.

Dinesh Divekar -  Member Since: Nov 2006
Dear Puja,

If your SAO is sleeping while on duty, first he/she should be give verbal warning. This verbal warning should be given by his/her senior only (to whom he/she reports to). If the SAO is still delinquent then issue the warning letter.

By the if your SAO sleeps during working hours then probably he/she does not have sufficient job. Have you formulated KRA for this post? Have you linked this KRA to the performance appraisal? Is performance appraisal linked to the salary?

I saw that managers are unable to sleep even at night also because of the work stress. Now here is a person who sleeps merrily on duty! It appears that this position is nothing but sinecure!

Ok...

Dinesh V Divekar
Management & Behavioural Training Consultant
Bangalore - 560094
+91 9900155394

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