101 Sample Write-Ups for Documenting Employee Performance Problems: A Guide to Progressive Discipline & Termination

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#87 Employee Fails to Report to Work on Her First Day; The Company
Rescinds Its Employment Offer

November 5, 2010

Lisa Walthers
500 Monterrey Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94109

Dear Lisa:

Seeing that you did not appear for work on your first day of employment with us, we
have no choice but to rescind our employment offer.

I understand from Jack Larrabee, your intended supervisor, that you called him to tell
him that you had to miss orientation yesterday because you had finals. I also checked
with Employee Health Services and learned that you had not followed up with the
documentation you had agreed to give them in order to begin work. Finally, I left a
message for you last night and didn’t receive a return call today as of 4:00. My only
conclusion is that you’ve made other plans career-wise and that our firm’s opportunity
doesn’t meet your current needs.

If you have any questions or concerns, you can reach me at (415) 555-5555. Thank you.

Sincerely,

Roger Sommer
Director of Human Resources

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