Warning to Employee for Unsatisfactory Performance

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									This is a letter that is sent from a company to an employee warning the employee of
unsatisfactory work performance. This letter acknowledges that the manager has
previously spoken to the employee about the unsatisfactory performance and outlines
ways the employee can improve performance. If the employee fails to improve their
performance, the employee can be subject to disciplinary action, including suspension
or termination. This letter can be used by small businesses or other entities that want to
officially warn their employees of poor performance.
         WARNING TO EMPLOYEE FOR UNSATISFACTORY
                      PERFORMANCE

[Date]

TO: [Name of Employee]
[Full Address of Employee]

FROM: [Name of Company]
[Full Address of Company]



Dear [Name of Employee]:

Re:      Warning for Unsatisfactory Performance

        Further to your meeting with [Name of supervisor or manager(s)] on [Insert Name of date
of review or meeting], (we or I) confirm that (we or I) met with you to discuss your
unsatisfactory performance in relation to [Describe incident of unsatisfactory performance].

       As discussed at the meeting, (we or I) informed you that your unsatisfactory performance
can have a negative impact on the work performance of other employees and the Company.

       (We or I) confirm that (we or I) discussed with you the following way to improve your
performance in relation to ___________________:

         (i)      _______________________________;

         (ii)     _______________________________; and

         (iii)    _______________________________,

        Please note that any further unsatisfactory performance by you may result in further
discipline by the Company and may result in suspension and/or dismissal from the Company.

       Should you have any questions with respect to the foregoing please do not hesitate to
contact ______________ at (____) ______________.

Yours very truly,


______________________
Name and Title:


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