- Gives a written notification to the employee that a procedure has started
- Ensures you are in control of running the company
- Makes the employee aware that the behaviour is not acceptable
- Protects the company
- Shows your larger clients that you run an efficient company
- Ensures that without an adequate response from the employee you are within your rights to take further action
- Sends a message that it is not acceptable to not turn up for work without any communication
Who would use it?
- Line Managers
- Human Resources Representatives
What is it?
The 'Absence Warning Letter’ is an employee communication from the company.
When would you use it?
You would use the 'Absence Warning Letter’ whenever an employee doesn't show up for work and you do not receive any communication.
Why would you use it?
You would use the 'Absence Warning Letter’ to protect the company from future occurrences of this type of behaviour. It starts a process to ensure that the situation does not occur again and if it does you will automatically follow the disciplinary procedures if you don't on this occassion.
The form is fairly standard practice nowadays in the ‘Gas’ industry. Unfortunately this type of absence happens periodically and a mechanism is required to protect the company and it's customer's from letting them down on the day.
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