英文formal warning Letter
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C/o Employers Address
Dear John Chan:
Re: Written Warning
In accordance with Article 99 of the collective agreement, this letter serves as a written warning for a verbal altercation that occurred between you and Mary Yuen this morning at about 10 oclock a.m. in the hallway outside of her office. After asking Mary Yuen to collate a report, you returned an hour later to find it was not complete. You swore at her, saying Shit, I just asked you to do one little thing.
After receiving the complaint, I called you into my office and requested you bring a shop steward. Rita Pita, you and I were present. I asked you if you had said the words I quoted to you above. You said that you were upset at Mary Yuen&amp;amp;amp;rsquo;s lack of time management skills, but did not swear at her. I asked if you were at all rude or threatening towards Mary Yuen, and you denied that you were. I ended our meeting by saying that I might need to ask you more questions later.
Interviewing Donald Smith this morning at 11 oclock a.m., I discovered that Donald overheard you saying the words Mary Yuen claimed you said. He agreed that you were angry and your tone was loud and threatening. Donald was in the office next to yours when he overheard your altercation with Mary Yuen.
I have decided to give you a written warning for your misconduct. You were previously given a verbal warning for yelling and swearing at Mary Yuen on October 31 of this year. At that time, I told you that you were expected to treat your co-workers with respect, particularly those who you supervise. You were warned that repeated incidents of such behaviour would lead to further discipline. You have again failed to follow my direction, and I have no choice but to impose this written warning against you. This letter will be entered into your personnel file for two years from today&amp;amp;amp;rsquo;s date, in accordance with Article 99.2.
cc. Personnel File of John Chan