smadanhr@gmail.com
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Respected seniors, One of our employees came for work under the influence of alcohol. We spotted and took disciplinary proceedings against him, conducted enquiry. In the enquiry he accepted his misconduct unconditionally and requested the management to give an opportunity, he also assured that he will refrain from all such misconduct in future. In view of this, considering his poor family situation and his pleading management wants to give him one opportunity as a final chance by giving a stern warning letter. Requesting the experts to provide me with a sample warning letter in Tamil format. Thanking you.
From India, Madras
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Dinesh Divekar
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NK SUNDARAM
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I am an HR consultant, Tamil is my mother tongue as well. I conduct training also in Tamil for several companies in Tamilnadu.

If you have a sample in English, send me in whatsapp on 9844008049. I need clear details to write properly. 9844008049. Best wishes

From India
Dinesh Divekar
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Dear <SmadanHR@gmail.com>

If a worker commits misconduct then the worker deserves to be taken on the task. Nevertheless, here you may not concentrate just on the person who committed misconduct. If the worker reported for the duties under the influence of alcohol, then why the influence was detected by the security personnel? Are the security personnel not supposed to be vigilant enough to watch the body language of an inebriated person or his smell? The security guard should have halted the worker right at the gate itself and should not have allowed him to go inside.

Please check whether or not there is a failure from the security. Possibly the situation may merit improving the quality of the security personnel. I recommend this because at many places the security guards are no more than mannequins!

Thanks,

Dinesh Divekar

From India, Bangalore

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