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Verbal warning confirmation (excessive absenteeism) letter template

Used to inform an employee of the first stage of the disciplinary process due to them being absent on a high number of occasions.

An informal verbal warning is often all you need to improve an employee’s conduct or performance.


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Verbal warning confirmation (excessive absenteeism)

[Sender name]

[Sender address]

[date]

[Recipient name]

[Recipient address]

Dear [Recipient first name],

Notice of Verbal Warning

I refer to our informal meeting of [date]. In accordance with company policy, this letter is to serve as a verbal warning for your excessive absenteeism. You must immediately improve your attendance record to acceptable standards or further discipline, including termination, may result.

On several occasions I have spoken to you about your poor attendance rec

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Last update

3 June 2021

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