Category Archives: Warning Letters

Free Warning Letter


To
Mr.
Designation.

Sub. – Warning Letter

Mr.

It has been observed that you have proceeded on leave without prior permission of the concerned authorities, resulting in willful insubordination and gross negligence of duties, in your capacity as Designation.

Absenting yourself from duties without prior intimation is a misconduct for which you are making yourself liable for necessary action.


You are hereby warned to refrain from such activities; failure to do so shall invoke appropriate action.

You are further advised to submit a written explanation on your unauthorized leave as soon as you receive this letter or as soon as you resume duties.

Kindly treat this as very urgent.

For’ Company Name

Name:

Designation:


Warning Letter To Tenant

(Business letterhead)

Addressee

Our reference
Contacts

Dear,

Complaint received regarding unacceptable noise from (full residential address)


Please note that tenants are obliged under the terms of the lease to respect the peace of other tenants and neighbors. Failure to do so does constitute a breach of terms of the lease.

In this case, no other complaints from tenants or neighbors were received, so no action is considered to be required. You are however requested to be mindful of the sensitivities of other tenants.

If you have any queries regarding our policies or terms of the lease, please contact our residential property managers on the above phone number or email.

A complaint has been received regarding noise from the above premises on the morning of 1 January 2012.

Yours sincerely

Sign
Title
Date

Student Warning Letter

Date:
To,
Name of Parent
Address of Parent
Student Roll No.:
Dear Ms./Mr.,
Subject: Final Warning Before Expulsion
This is to inform you that your child (name of child) has been continually failing to perform in class and does not complete the assignments given to him even after being given more time than the rest of the students in the class. Several warnings were issued to you in the past, but you have failed to heed them, which is evident from the continuous dismal performance by your child.
This is a final warning that is being sent to you by us, an ignorance of which can have serious ramifications, namely expulsion of your child from our school. We have given him enough time to show an improvement and bring forth his true talent, which we are sure he possesses, but which he fails to exhibit.
We expect you to take immediate serious action to help your child improve his performance, and expect to see some positive result by the end of this month (mention date). Our teachers are available for help in this regard should you require any assistance in bringing about a significant improvement in your child’s performance.
Thank you.
Sincerely,
Signature
Principal’s Name
Designation
Name of School

Staff Warning Letter

To Mr/Mrs
Department Area:

Sub. Warning Letter of absence

Dear Mr /Mrs.

It has been observed that you have proceeded on leave without prior permission of the concerned authorities, resulting in willful insubordination and gross negligence of duties, in your capacity as Designation.

Absenting yourself from duties without prior intimation is a misconduct for which you are making yourself liable for necessary action.


You are hereby warned to refrain from such activities; failure to do so shall invoke appropriate action.

You are further advised to submit a written explanation on your unauthorized leave as soon as you receive this letter or as soon as you resume duties.

Kindly treat this as very urgent.

For Company Name

Name:
Designation:

Employee Final Warning Letter

Date:
To,
Name of Employee
Address of Employee
Employee Code:
Dear Ms./Mr.,
Sub: Final Warning Before Termination
It has come to our notice that in spite of several warnings, you have failed to make any changes in your conduct toward your colleagues and seniors over time. This matter was first brought to your notice three months ago (mention date), following which you had reassured us that you would make the necessary changes as early as possible.
Ours is an organization that expects exceptionally high standards of conduct from its employees in matters of communication with every individual who belongs here, be it a superior, a colleague, or a subordinate. We now have no alternative but to inform you that if you do not show the necessary improvement in the near future, you will be liable for termination from the organization without notice.
We expect to see a suitable improvement in your conduct based on the suggestions provided to you in the previous warning letters by the end of this month (mention specific date).
Thank you.
Sincerely,
Signature
Manager’s Name
Designation
Name of Organization

Attendance Warning Letter

To,

Ryan Reynolds

45-K, first floor

Tent tower

New York

23rd Dec 2011

Subject: Attendance warning letter

This letter is written to remind you of the fact it has been observed that you have been repeatedly taking a lot of leaves from office in the last 3 months. You have been warned before verbally by your department head ‘Mr. Tim Gregory’ but it seems like you didn’t pay much heed to the warnings. So please consider this as the final and official warning from my side.

We would understand your absence from office if it is due to a medical condition or reason, but this is not the scenario as far as you are concerned. Office is a place which requires your constant attendance and presence but you have been absent more than acceptable number of time and this is highly irresponsible work ethic.

Please take this letter seriously and do not repeat the mistake again to avoid dismissal from office.

Yours faithfully

Fred Aniston

Employment Warning Letter

To,

Peter Jacob

M-9, Ernst villa building

New York

Dear Mr. Jacob

Subject: EMPLOYMENT WARNING LETTER

This is to inform you that you have been found to resort to an unprofessional approach in the work place. This letter shall serve as a formal warning letter for your behaviour in office during the last 2 months. Thinking of it as a temporary deviation, we chose to ignore it and take it lightly all this time but it seems like your colleague and department head have had enough therefore I, being the MD of Markson corporation would like to personally warn you.

This warning shall mean that you must be present in office on every working day at 9 am sharp and would inform your department head one day prior to taking a leave. You are also being ordered to show some professionalism while dealing with fellow office workers. If you are found to disobey any of these points, then you shall be dismissed without a prior notice.

Yours faithfully

Ben D Souza

Disciplinary Warning Letter

To,

Henry Tyson

34-H, first floor

Potter’s building

London

27th June 2011

Dear Mr. Tyson

Subject: Disciplinary warning letter

This letter is to bring to your attention that there have been many unsatisfactory aspects which have been noticed in your work performance and overall behaviour in office. The most striking factor was your absence from office on 5 occasions in a span of one month. Moreover you have been found to submit work reports quite late which cannot be accepted in any way.

You can consider this as the last and formal warning from my side, after which we would be forced to take a difficult decision in the favour of the office. If you are facing any kind of difficulty which you would like to talk about or discuss, then you are completely welcomed to do so.

But there is no place for any misbehaviour of any kind in our company, so please take notice of that.

Yours sincerely

Mark Benton

Employee Warning Letter

To,

Bill Markson

23-P, friend’s colony

London

24th March 2011

Dear Mr. Markson

Subject:  Warning for behaviour in office

I am writing this letter to you to warn you against any misbehaviour in the workplace.  You have been verbally warned before by your immediate heads in your department but there have been more reports of your casual and inappropriate behaviour. Please take this as an official and final warning after which if we get any more complaints against you, then it shall lead to your dismissal from this company.

It is very important for you to understand that there are many people working in the office under you who would gladly take your place and there are even more number of people who can be selected for this position and we are under no compulsion to keep giving you chances each time after a complaint. Please keep this warning in mind and pay heed to this letter.

Yours faithfully

Ben Dawson

Final Warning Letter

To,

Jonathan Banner

8127 Highland House

837 Palm Drive, California

November 10, 2011

Subject: Final warning against non-payment of rent

Dear Mr Banner,

You have not been paying the rent since the last two months and you have a due of $1,200. Ten days of this month has also passed by and I have not received any rent from you this time too. In spite of repeated warnings, there seems to be no change in your condition. Please take this as a final warning letter, whereby if you do not pay the total rent by tomorrow, you will have to vacate this apartment.

I have many tenants who are willing to pay even more for this apartment and I do not want to hear your excuses any more. You are aware of the terms and conditions and not paying the rent for so long is a clear violation of those terms.

Yours truly,

Joseph Giles

8126 Highland House,

837 Palm Drive, California