How to write a written warning for employees

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What is a written warning?

The definition of a written warning is a cautionary reminder in writing that outlines the behavior expected in the workplace, details incidences of misconduct, and highlights the corresponding consequences. 

Issuing written warnings at work can help HR professionals put an end to repeated lateness, continued absenteeism, poor performance, and breaches of company policy. 

A written warning for employees indicates the severity of the employer’s concerns—and clarifies that the person in question needs to match or exceed the standards of behavior outlined in the employee handbook

What should you include in an employee warning letter?  

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