Abedeen7
Assistant Manager Human Resources
Harsh Shukla
Ceo And Md Of 3 Uk Based Mnc's

I would like to share one more instances and would like your view.

We have a lab technician and have issued a letter dated 24th May’2013 but till now he has not returned the signed copy. The management is planning to terminate his services and please find the copy of letter issued to him.

Sub: Warning Letter for failing to fulfill the commitment of your job

Dear Employee,

It has been observed that you are failing to fulfill the commitment of your job and your deceitfulness as follows:

We came to hear circumstance of your bad behavior, example-on 20th May’2013 night you have misbehaved Day Care nurses. Nurses had complained of misbehavior and rudeness on your part.

On 21st May’2013 a meeting was arranged to discuss issues related to your department. You are informed in advance but you didn’t attend the meeting. We repeatedly tried to contact you over phone but you didn’t respond to our call.

On 23rd May’2013 you didn’t follow the handover procedure as you left from duties without handover the charge to your team member.

In spite of being given repeated verbal warnings, you are not reporting to work on time and leave the work prior to the end of your shift.

Your performance is below expectation; errors are reported during your investigation.

Your activities have adverse effect both on patient services as well as on discipline. You are hereby warned to refrain from such activities; failure to do so shall invoke appropriate action.

In view of the above, you are called upon to explain in writing within 48 hours as to why an appropriate disciplinary action should not be taken against you.

I am planning to send this letter by registered post with AD. Your advice needed how to handle this in a smooth manner.

Regards,

Shaikh Abedeen

Human Resources Professional
15th June 2013 From India, Bhubaneswar
Hi Shaikh,
I am a little confused; your opening states that you sent him the letter on 24th May 2013, but you end by saying that you are planning to send the letter by registered post.
If you have already sent the letter on 24th May then you should write to him stating that as he has failed to return a signed copy then it is deemed to have been accepted.
Send him a second letter (with a copy of the original), terminating his employment.
If you have not yet sent the letter, then add the following:
"Should you fail to respond to this letter your employment will be terminated".
I hope the above helps.
Regards,
Harsh.
15th June 2013 From United Kingdom, Barrow
URGENT
Dear All,
I need your suggestion and advice on the above mention post. I have sent him the letter by registered post on 17th June and now management has decided to terminate his service. We are planning to give one month notice to him as mentioned in employment contract.
I am waiting for your post.
20th June 2013 From India, Bhubaneswar
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