Sumitro_dAre you sure you want to issue a warning letter to "EMPLOYER"? Or just opposite?
Prashant B IngawaleLiquor in office hours - You want to issue warning letter?
Rather send him to medical test immediately as soon as he is in inebriated test if he misbehave / does any criminal act then file police complaint. Do not show any leniency in these cases.
From India, Pune
Dinesh DivekarDear friend,
Consumption of liquor during working hours or reporting for duty in inebriated condition is misconduct. It merits investigation. Therefore, order domestic enquiry immediately. If the guilt of the employee is proved then you may go ahead and terminate the employee. Issue of warning letter is as good as condonation and not salubrious for the organisation's culture.
Further you have written that "and his attitude and behavior is not good with co collegues". This is a vague statement and while handling the matters of discipline or indiscipline, one should be specific. Matter should be clear as to what happened, where happened, when happened, who were the primary and secondary parties, was there violation of laid down rules, regulations or SOPs and so on.
From India, Bangalore
AnonymousHi, One warning/request as this looks very offending, get a valued proof of the incident. Cause in some cases there is possibility of the reverse action saying that it is false accusations.
From India, Thane
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