It has been observed from your attendance record that you remained absent from work without intimation with effect from 03-06-2006.
We regret to note that till the time of writing this letter, you have neither reported for duty nor you have sent any intimation to us.
You are therefore, asked to resume your duty within two days on receipt of this letter and produce proper evidence in support of your absence, failing which the management will be compelled to proceed according to “Certified Standing Orders” applicable to you.
Please note that you are being marked absent with effect from 03-06-2006.
letter posted to both permanent and temporary address of employee
still no reply recd from employee so when the employee returned
after many days he was issued a show cause notice...
From India, Pune
It has been observed from your attendance record during the period January’ 2006 to November’ 2006 that you remained absent, i.e. without intimation / pre-sanction and / or permission, from your superiors.
The details about your unauthorized absence during the above-referred period are as follows:
DATA OF ABSENCE DAYS
Hence, from the above it is clear that you remained unauthorizedly absent for 69 days.
Further also we have observed from your attendance record during the above referred period that you have availed 17 days El, 07 days Sl and 06 days CL from entitlement quota. Also, we have sanctioned your leave without pay for 2.5 days and you reported late for duty on 09 days.
You are asked to show-cause, as to why management should not initiate a disciplinary action for your unauthorized absence as mentioned above as per the provisions of “Certified Standing Orders” applicable to you. The relevant clause are reproduced herebelow:
22(f) Habitual absence without permission or absence without intimation
22(I) Commission of any act subversive or discipline or good behaviour on the premises of the establishment.
You are required to submit your written explanation within 48 hrs on the receipt of this show-cause notice by you. In case, we do not receive your written explanation within the stipulated time, it will be presumed that you do not want to offer any explanation and management shall take an appropriate action in the matter as deemed fit.
From India, Pune
Could u pls send me a sample how to write a warning letter for a staff when he dosent come to work for a single day. Tht is he is absent and what is the consequences or action to be taken
From United Arab Emirates, Ajman
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