Late attendance warning notice - time office.. CiteHR

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needing the draft regarding above subject.

eunice17 -  Member Since: May 2011
1st, you need to know the reason behind.
if this worker go home late due to work matter then you have to understand that they need more time to rest.
do not just give the letter as this will give no motivation to the workers.
next time, worker will come in sharp and go home sharp.
you make the decision

citizen1502 -  Member Since: Sep 2009
Hello Vijay,

If you search this site you would get lots of format for this. and FYI i am enclosing one of the sample which i took it from this website. Hope it would be useful to you.

Show Cause Notice


Sub. – Performance issue


It has been observed that you have not delivered your best efforts as mutually agreed on the specified targets given to you to develop the business so far, resulting in insubordination and poor performance and gross negligence of duties, in your capacity as Regional Manager.

Poor performance of work is a complete loss of company’s business which you are making yourself liable for necessary action.

Failure to adhere to the conditions of this warning, development of new or related problems, and/or continued unsatisfactory performance will lead to more serious corrective action up to and including discharge.

You are further advised to improve your efficiency of work and submit a written explanation in 7 days on your Poor performance as soon as you receive this letter.

Kindly treat this as very urgent.


H.R Executive

cc: Personal File

jaykumtekar -  Member Since: May 2011

You are working as a ____________in _____________department.

On verifying your attendance from the time office records it is found that you are in the habit of reporting to duty late and you have in particulars reported late on duty on the ocassions as mentioned below :

Month Late timings

You are well aware that as per the Model Standing orders you are required to report for duty on time and being an employee it casts an immediate responsibility on you to report for duty on time.

However, you inspite of knowing the above fact have reported for duty as mentioned above and the same tantamount to misconduct as per Clause No._________of the M.S.O.

The above act on your part is very serious and demand strict disciplinary action to be taken against you.

However, the undersigned is taking a lenient view this time and is letting you of with a strict warning.

You are hereby advised in your own interest to be regular in your duties in future, faining which management will be within its right to initiate disciplinary action against you.

Disciplinary authority

eunice17 -  Member Since: May 2011
talk to this worker 1st do not straight give show case letter this will hurt to the worker and give no motivation at all think carefully


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