Written Warning Insubordination Samples


Written Warning Insubordination Samples Below

October 8, 2018

Mr. John A. Doe

This written warning letter is being issued for insubordination which is a violation of our company policy.

Specifically, on October 5, 2018, at approximately 9:15am you refused to perform one of your routine tasks of cleaning a patient room after your supervisor instructed you to. You specifically stated in a raised voice to your supervisor, "It's not my job, kiss my axx!" At that point, you walked away.

On January 3, 2018, you signed acknowledging our policy on employee conduct, which includes information on insubordination. In addition, you have been trained to clean patient rooms safely in accordance with our housekeeping policy and procedures manual. You have been successfully cleaning patient rooms since being assigned to the area on January 22, 2018.

Going forward, it is critical that you perform all tasks that your supervisor has assigned to you with the following exceptions; they are illegal, immoral, unsafe, or you have not been trained.

Mr. Doe, we are hopeful that your future behavior improves; however, if you are found to have violated any company policies in the future you may be subject to additional disciplinary action up to and including termination.


Jane S. Smith

Supervisor

I have read and been a copy of this letter above:

John A. Doe Signature:  ______________________________________

warning letter for insubordination

The following warning insubordination samples must be taken in context.

Insubordination is one of those violations that is misunderstood. In most cases it is more of a case of disrespectful behavior.

Remember that insubordination is intentionally declining to carry out a request of their supervisor.

The only exceptions that an employee would be not in violation of this would be if the request was illegal or knowingly unsafe.

Most people think that back talking their supervisor is insubordination, but they would be incorrect. Like I mentioned earlier that is disrespect or disrespectful behavior.

So, as you review the verbiage in these written warning insubordination samples, as well as, some verbiage on disrespectful behavior.

The reason I want to make sure you understand the difference is if you are ever challenged in court it just may make a difference.

So, enjoy and I hope you learn from these written warning insubordination samples.

Sample written warning letter for insubordination

More Information on Warning Insubordination Samples - Stating the Purpose

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More Information on Warning Insubordination Samples - Clearly Stating How to Correct the Issue

Specifically, on October 9, 2010, you refused to perform the routine task of putting your equipment away prior to a break after your supervisor directed you to do so…

Specifically, on November 15, 2010, you argued with your supervisor when they directed you to assist a coworker in a basic routine task…

Specifically, on December 20, 2010, you referred to your supervisor as a young pup still green behind the ears…

Specifically, on January 5, 2011, you began laughing when your supervisor was giving you instruction on how to properly operate…

More Information on Warning Insubordination Samples

Mr. Smith, going forward it is extremely important that you will follow the direction of your supervisor at all times provided that they are not instructing you to perform a task that is unethical, illegal or unsafe…

Mr. Smith, it is important that you respect your supervisor at all times…

Mr. Smith, you are to never walk away from your supervisor while they are addressing you…

Mr. Smith, when your supervisor is addressing you will not disrespect them in any way, such as; rolling your eyes, presenting a inappropriate hand gesture, turning away, walking away, laughing, inappropriate remarks, etc...

More Information on Warning Insubordination Samples - Stating what happens the next time they have unacceptable behavior

If you violate our policy on insubordination, or any policy, you will be subject to additional disciplinary action, up to and including possible termination.

Violating any additional company policy will subject you to additional disciplinary action including possible termination…

Additional inappropriate behavior will subject you to additional discipline up to and including possible termination…

Any additional unacceptable behavior will subject you to disciplinary action up to and including possible termination…

Future unacceptable behavior will subject you to disciplinary action up to and including possible termination…

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