This is the third in a series of three write-ups. Note the specialized last-chance agreement language.
PERFORMANCE CORRECTION NOTICE
Disciplinary Level□ Verbal Correction—(To memorialize the conversation.)□ Written Warning—(State nature of offense, method of correction, and action to
Employee Name:Tom Dolan Department:Marketing Date Presented:December 15, 2010 Supervisor:Jim McDonnell
be taken if offense is repeated.)□ Investigatory Leave—(Include length of time and nature of review.)⊠ Final Written Warning
⊠. Without decision-making leave1 □. With decision-making leave (Attach memo of instructions.) □. With unpaid suspension
Subject:Excessive, unscheduled absence
⊠ Policy/Procedure Violation
⊠ Performance Transgression
□ Behavior/Conduct Infraction
Level of Discipline Date Subject Verbal 10/15/10 Unscheduled, unauthorized absence Written 10/21/10 Unscheduled, unauthorized absence Final Written ___________ __________________________________________
1 There is little need to provide a one-day paid decision-making leave when it comes to excessive absence.
The employee doesn’t need a day off to contemplate his situation: He’s had too much time off already.
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Publication information: Book title: 101 Sample Write-Ups for Documenting Employee Performance Problems: A Guide to Progressive Discipline & Termination. Edition: 2nd. Contributors: Paul Falcone - Author. Publisher: American Management Association. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 2010. Page number: 329.
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