It is important to document poor employee performance for many reasons. It will serve to outline clearly to the employee what they did wrong, and suggest what corrective action needs to be taken. It is also very important for an employer to document an employee’s file. Should the employee end up being terminated, written warnings and other similar documentation can protect the employer from a possible wrongful termination lawsuit.
Employee Warning Notice PLEASE PRINT Employee Name Date of Warning Department Class/Step Type of Violation Attendance Insubordination Failure to Follow Instructions Rudeness to Employees or Patrons Violation of Library Policies Unsatisfactory Work Quality Violation of Library Policy or Willful Damages to Material or Working on Personal Matters Procedures Equipment (Computers/E-mail) Other Previous Warnings ORAL WRITTEN DATE BY WHOM 1st Warning / / 2nd Warning / / 3rd Warning / / Employer Statement Employee Statement AM I agree with Employer's statement. Date of Incident / / Time : PM I disagree with Employer's description of violation for these reasons: Action to be taken Warning Probation Suspension Dismissal Other Consequence should incident occur again I have read this Employee Warning Notice and understand it. / / SIGNATURE OF EMPLOYEE DATE / / SIGNATURE OF SUPERVISOR WHO ISSUED WARNING DATE Obi-Wan\Shared Files\Work Folders\Student\Forms\Employee Warning Notice 09/12/02 7:46 PM Print Form Clear Form
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