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hello there!
at my work, there is a tendency of employees refusing to accept,mostly showcause letters by acknowledging them with their signature and take it with them. they are doing so, when they claim that the letter alleged them with the charges they didnt commite.
what i am asking from you is to help me with
1) if there us any law which explain how to deal with such employee or acts.
2) if theresn`t, then how do u guys handle such situation.
:confused:helpppp!!!

Dear Sarah,
You may explain to them that acknowledging the letter does not mean that they are guilty of the alleged charges. You are giving them an opportunity to respond to the alleged offences.
You may also send the letters to their current addresses via registered post which would be sufficient notice given for them to respond to the said allegations.
You may otherwise discuss the issues with their superior and come to a amicable solutions.
Always remember, that it will always be good to discuss, understand their actual problems and come to a solution to their situation and give them notice only when all avenues have been exhausted.
Hope this will be helpful.
Cheers
Charles

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