July 14th, 2009
This letter is to inform you that as a result of your actions on July 12th, 2009, you have been issued a suspension for 1 week (7 days).
On July 12th, you violated multiple sections of the Employee Standards code every employee is expected to follow. This has not been the first time you have done this either. There are recorded incidents on May 15th and June 23rd of similar infractions.
You will not receive pay while you are on suspension.
You are expected to return to work on July 21st, 2009.
If you have any questions, please contact me. You are expected to vacate the premises immediately.
RE: Suspension information
This letter is to inform you that from ., you are being suspended without pay for .work days.
This action is being taken as a result of your violation of the work rules of this department regarding .
On ..you were counseled for ; on you received a written warning for and/or on . you were suspended for .
You will be expected to return to work on .
This suspension should serve as a strong warning that your conduct will continue to be monitored and that another incident of this nature will result in more severe disciplinary action, up to and including discharge.
Acknowledgement of Receipt (Employees Signature)
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V.Raghunathan..................................... ....................................... Navi Mumbai
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