Warning letter

A formal warning letter informs an employee of the reasons why his or her behaviour is unacceptable and, if it continues, may lead to the termination of the employee’s employment. Before an employee is given a warning letter, the employer should give the employee an opportunity to respond to the allegations of unacceptable conduct against him or her.

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