Warning Letter for Performance Improvement

Sample letter to complaint the employee for his/her poor performance, behaviour, bad manners and dirty cloths and shoes etc.

Letter for Performance Improvement

Rose Petal & Co. Ltd.,

Lahore, Pakistan,

Respected Employee,

It is to inform you that your current performance is not satisfactory at all due to whatever circumstances you are facing. The company requires you to improve your working skills further and also to improve your working relationship with the other colleagues you have. The company is looking forward to your good performance.

Regards,

Henry

Manager, Rose Petal

Complain Letter to a Worker

Mr. Alvin,

Sanitary Worker,

London Waste Management Company.

Complain letter to a worker for not doing the things…bad manners

This is to draw your attention to your failure while performing duties as a sanitary worker in London fire service. You have also been verbally warned earlier and asserted to improve your working performance but you have failed to do so.

In brief, you are finally intimated to improve yourself and complete your work in best way as it should be and in good manners.

I hope the remarkable change in your behavior and improvement in your work as well.

Tom Hanks.

Warning Letter to IT Staff

To,

The manager, IT department, Nestle UAE

Respect sir,

With due respect, I am writing this letter to you to inform you that we are not receiving satisfactory work from your department, daily we are facing issues in the system which a big huddle in the work. As you know it is unprofessional so please ask your team members to work properly as it will be not tolerated next time. Please do consider this complaint. Thanks

From,

Media team, Nestle UAE

Warning Letter for Performance Improvement in Bank

To

Mr. Jill Whitmore

Customer Services

Barclays

London, UK

I am writing this letter to notify you about your work performance recently. I have received numerous complaints relating to the non-serious attitude that you possess during work hours. It is considered completely unethical to ignore the orders of your supervisors. I have also received information about your work hours. For the last 4 days, you have showed up 40 minutes late. Consider this your last warning or else we would be forced to take any action against this matter.

Benjamin Lynus

Managing Director

Barclays

London UK

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