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Warning/Showcause Letter - Showcause Notice

itzarsh Started The Discussion:

Dear Sir one of my employee absenting himself unauthorizedly but not continuos basis. I mean 8 or 9 absent in each month. he has received oral warning, but he is absent again since three days without any formal information to management. So i want to write a letter warning letter to him. Please tell me any format.

arun.bascon - Contributing Member
Dear Itzarsh, Find the attached file, it’s may be useful to you!!


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Alphonse - Contributing Member
Dear friend

Depending upon the micondact you can give showcause notice and explanation and issue the warning letter. Or issue advisory and warning letter. Model is attached herewith for your reference and records

regards

alphonse


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Raja_Usman - 
i am looking for a warning letter for misbehavior and been fed up to find it kindly provide me a warning letter on misbehave subject

zakirulhuq2012 - Contributing Member
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Dear friend

Depending upon the micondact you can give showcause notice and explanation and issue the warning letter. Or issue advisory and warning letter. Model is attached herewith for your reference and records

regards

alphonse
we out sourced our security service, one company is continuously not following agreement conditions, i wd like to send show cause then terminate the service, is it viable to issue show cause to a out sourced company ? ios there any rule, whom i can issue , whom i not.

regards

Zakir

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