Written Warning Letter for Disrespectful Behavior



In today's law suit happy environment writing a warning letter for disrespectful behavior that helps to shut that down is extremely important. Although I have taken every effort to make sure the below information is correct I strongly encourage you to seek legal help if you have any question in your mind because every situation is a bit different.

Sample Warning Letter for Disrespectful Behavior






April 10, 2009

Dear Mr. Joseph Delgado:

On April 12, 2009, at approximately 2:20 pm you told a coworker to "Kiss My Ass!" After your supervisor questioned you about the incident you admitted that you had said this to them because they sneered at you over a personal matter that occurred the night before. continued below...













Mr. Delgado, you are to remain professional at all times. This Company was founded on a reputation of having an excellent working environment. In the future if you ever have an issue with a fellow coworker it is very important that you seek out your supervisor to assist you with sorting out any matter. Our employee handbook also clearly outlines our policy on disrespectful behavior on page 22. Although you received a copy of the employee handbook at your orientation on December 10, 2006, you are being provided another copy as part of this notice.

Going forward if you disrespect anyone, or violate any work rule or policy you will be subject to additional disciplinary action up to and including possible termination.

As a reminder this Company recognizes that you are an "Employee-At-Will." Because you are an "Employee-At-Will" either you or the Company can end the employee employer relationship at anytime for any reason or no reason at all.


Steven G. Colby
Supervisor

My signature indicates that the above information has been discussed with me.



Joseph Delgado
Employee


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Sample Warning Letter for Disrespectful Behavior




February 5, 2010



Dear Mr. Raymond Havana:


This written warning letter for disrespectful behavior is being issued to you for your violation of our Company policy.

Just as a reminder it is important to remember that we have an “At-Will” employment relationship with all our employees. An “At-Will” employment relationship simply means that you or the Company can end the employment relationship at any time for any reason or no reason at all. We continue to maintain that employment relationship even with the issuance of this warning notice.

On February 8, 2010, at approximately 10:00 am you told another employee that they should think about losing some weight. Although you denied saying this when your supervisor questioned you there were two fellow employees confirming that you had done so.

Mr. Havana, disrespectful comments have a damaging effect on the working environment. This Company can't allow this type of behavior to go unchallenged. We have a very clear policy on this outlined in our employee handbook. It states that any employee making any comments or statements to anyone that are considered to be disrespectful will be subject to disciplinary action up to and including possible termination.

Any future disrespectful comments or behavior will possibly result in additional discipline up to and including possible termination.


Steven G. Colby
Supervisor

My signature acknowledges that the information above was discussed with me.



Raymond Havana
Employee


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