Memo draft format for regular absenteeism without intimation? - CiteHR
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I like to draft a memo to regular absenteeism without intimation, my management want me to highlight that all Emergency/Medical Leave must inform verbally to their superior & HR manager, text message through mobile phone is not accepted. As I'm new in HR area, please give me some guideline to draft the official memo.
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The proposed memo may include the following
Management took note with much concerns about your high rate of absenteeism for the period ....................
We would like to inform you that such absences are causing much prejudice to the smooth running of the department.
Accodingly ,We wish you to take note of the above and amend accodingly or otherwise we will have no other option than to take strigent disciplinary actions against you
We trust,we can rely on your kind understanding
Yours
I need your help. I have to write a memo to an employee who was absent from work do to the sickness of her son. she did not inform the necessary persons incharge.
I have to draft a memo to a staff to an employee who have been absent from work due to sickness of her son. she did not inform the necessary persons incharge. I have started my draft but cant seem to finish.

Re: Job Abandonment

This serves to highlight this disregard for work ethics and protocol; as you were noticeably absent on Wednesday January 8, 2014 without informing the relevant persons of your decision to be absent.

To this point we have not receive a respectful apology or advice to justify your action. However what has been received is the following via text messages to my phone. At 4:01 pm, “Good day, saw Ur calls but cannot speak on the phone”. “So you can go ahead and text”. “Thank you”. Followed by another text at 7:20pm “Queniel has a chest infection and I have been on the road all day. Was not able to talk on the phone.

Followed by another at 7:26, “I am not also at the point where I might have to move back home”. “Under the current conditions of salary payments I cannot live in a rent house nor can I honour my monthly payments to creditors on time to avoid late charges”.

Just to caution, in the future be mindful that this is an educational facility, and we have young minds that are waiting on us to care and nuture for them.

We respect and observe what had cause you to be absent, but we have to

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