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I need a format of a professional warning letter to an employee who is on leave without information. Thank You.

loveleen_arora_82 -  Member Since: Oct 2007
Date:

Name & Address of the Employee

Sub:- Continuous absence from duty without leave/permission or intimation.


Dear ________,

You have been continuously absent from duty without leave, permission or intimation from ______________.

This shows that you are no longer interested in continuing your services with us and have abandoned your services with us on your own accord.

Your absence has put the Company into a great financial loss and inconvenience. As the work is suffering badly and to avoid further losses you are hereby instructed to report for your duty without any delay within10 (Ten) days from the date of this letter, failing which it will be considered that you have abandoned your service and are no longer interested in continuing your services with us and we will be left with no other alternative, but to make alternative arrangements.


Thanking You,

Yours Faithfully



(authorised Person)


send this letter atleast 3 times in a gap of 10 days through Regd A/d and make sure that this letter should be signed by the person who has appointed the employee or the person above that level.




 
 
 
 





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