Show Cause letter for irresponsible employee - company policy
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Dated:




Ms. (Name of the Employee)
(Employee ID)
(Address)


SUB: Show Cause Notice.

Ms/Mr.( Name),
Inspite of multiple feedbacks / notices (Verbal/ Written) given to you on various occasions to avoid doing such things/ acts (Acts of Violation/ Misconduct/ Misbehavior) you have repeated the same on the (Dates), and we have not seen any improvement.

You may please be noted that this deviation from the Company policy/ies is a serious misconduct within the meaning of standing orders applicable to you. Your repeated misconduct is despite the fact that your supervisors/ managers have advised you and even warned orally as well as in written for the same, but you have not improved and hence this show cause notice.

Please show cause why action should not be taken against you for your not coming to office without information within 3 days of the receipt of this show cause notice, failing which company will proceed further in the matter.

For


Human Resources
(AUTHORISED SIGNATORY)



CC: HR Personnel File,




 
 
 
 





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