Final Written Warning Example: 4 Templates

A final written warning would inform the employee that their conduct or productivity at work is now being closely examined. Depending on the seriousness of the problems, the length of a final written warning may change, but the employee must be given a fair amount of time to make amends and avoid termination. 

Letter Template: 1

Final Written Warning Example

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[Mention the name of the recipient]

[Mention the address of the recipient]

[Mention the contact information]

Dear [Mention the name of the recipient

This letter is intended to set forth my expectations, which I have outlined in a [mention the name] that will be implemented right away, and to confirm in writing our discussion of [mention the date] regarding your unacceptable [performance or conduct].

I have created this corrective action to help you finish your task on a [mention the classification] as outlined in your accompanying [mention the name], an acceptable standard.

Your manager has expressed concern to you regarding your [mention the performance of job duties and undesirable behavior] over the past [period]. Although I wish to underline that some of the flaws do not, when taken individually, result in subpar performance, the sum of the parts reveals your incompetence or reluctance to follow the guidelines of work.

I think launching this [mention the name] is vital to make you realize that not only are your shortcomings intolerable, but we have reached a point where such [poor] It is no longer acceptable for performance and inappropriate behavior. [Mention the terminology] results of the employee’s decisions or inactions.]

To acknowledge receipt of this written warning, kindly sign and return one copy of this letter to me. Your Signature simply serves to confirm that you got this letter; it makes no statement about whether you agree or disagree with its contents. Your private agency personnel file will receive a copy.

I hope the corrective action plan works well for you.

Sincerely,

[Mention the of the sender]

[Mention the phone number]

[Signature]

Letter Template: 2

Final Written Warning Example

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Dear [Mention the name of the recipient],

I’m writing to you to discuss your “performance” or “behaviour” while working at [mention the name of the firm or partnership or single proprietorship, or enterprise here] [mention the employer].

You went to a meeting on [mention the date] with [mention the names of other attendees]. You were informed at this conference that your “performance or conduct” has been subpar. Your employment may be terminated if your “performance or conduct” does not improve, according to a formal warning letter you received on [mention the date].

Your “performance or conduct” was once again assessed at our meeting on “[mention the date],” and you were informed that you had fallen short of the employer’s expectations for improvement. The second letter of caution, dated [mention the date], was sent to you.

Your performance has not improved and is still below par, as I warned at our meeting on [mention the date].

This letter serves as a final caution. Your employment may be terminated if considerable improvement in your “performance or conduct” is not made by the indicated date. We want to be clear that you should put specifics about intended outcomes.

I suggest that we get together once more to discuss your progress on [mention the date]. Please get in touch with me at [mention the phone number] if you have any questions about this final warning letter or if you want to respond in writing.

Yours sincerely,

[Mention the of the sender]

[Mention the phone number]

[Signature]

Letter Template: 3

Final Written Warning Example

[Mention the name of the sender]

[Mention the address of the sender]

[Mention the contact details]

[Mention the Email address]

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[Mention the name of the recipient]

[Mention the address of the recipient]

[Mention the contact information]

Dear [Mention the name of the recipient],

This letter is a final written warning for [conduct  or behaviour  or actions].  

The next part of this letter sets out an example of employer good practice. You may not have done all these things or they may not be relevant in your situation, so you should delete what is irrelevant. 

You were previously given a warning on [mention the date], which stated that if your [conduct or  behaviour or actions or did not improve to the required standard or  behaviour happened again] your employment may be terminated.  

At our meeting on [mention the date], your [conduct or  behaviour or actions] was reviewed and you were advised that improvement had not been achieved to the level required. You were provided with a second warning letter dated [mention the date].

On [mention the date of most recent meeting that this warning relates to], you and [mention name of other attendees] attended a meeting with me. Your [conduct or behaviour, or actions], as I warned at this meeting, [has not improved sufficiently or remains unsatisfactory].

I want to take this opportunity to remind you that the [mention the name] is available to give you confidential help because I realize that this may be a stressful moment for you. Our provider is [mention the name of provider], and their phone number is [mention the phone number].

Please get in touch with me directly if you have any inquiries concerning this letter.

Yours sincerely,

[Mention the of the sender]

[Mention the phone number]

[Signature]

Letter Template: 4

Final Written Warning Example

[Mention the name of the sender]

[Mention the address of the sender]

[Mention the contact details]

[Mention the Email address]

[Mention the date]

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[Mention the name of the recipient]

[Mention the address of the recipient]

[Mention the contact information]

Dear [Mention the name of the recipient],

As we have previously discussed numerous times, I have grave reservations about your [mention the punctuality and attendance or quality of work or interpersonal skills or using paid time to conduct personal business, etc.]. You have [explain the offense] without our consent for the past [weeks or months, or another specified time period] in contrast to what we previously agreed to be appropriate behaviour.

This behaviour, which compromises the services we provide to our parishioners, is disruptive, does not advance our [mention the name] or organization in a way consistent with our [mention the name] or shows your unwillingness to adhere to our standards, etc. It is still unacceptable, as I have made clear to you in our previous meetings.

Poor performance or unprofessional behavior on the part of an employee may warrant issuing a disciplinary warning.

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These issues with your work performance have been brought up several times [mention verbally or, ideally, in writing], but regrettably, nothing has changed. The situation is now critical and cannot continue. With immediate effect, you are required to [state what is expected]. Your employment with the [mention the name] will be terminated if you don’t comply. If you have any questions about this memo or your performance goals, don’t hesitate to come to see me.

Yours sincerely,

[Mention the of the sender]

[Mention the phone number]

[Signature]

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