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

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#96 Summary Discharge: Insubordination

Staff accountant who received prior disciplinary notices, including a recent written warning for refusing to speak with his supervisor or his coworkers, “blows up” and sends a derogatory e-mail to all members of his department and senior management regarding his perception of his supervisor’s ineptness.

March 14, 2010Ronald Mack
125 South Rockland Court
Newark, NJ 07103Dear Mr. Mack:Effective today, your employment as Staff Accountant with our organization is
terminated. Enclosed you will find a check for wages through today and any accrued
and unused vacation and holiday pay due you. Your employment is being terminated
for the following reasons:
1. Insubordination
2. Disruption of the business operations of the company and particularly of the
Finance department via your e-mail to the executive staff and every member of the
Finance department regarding your perception of your supervisor’s lack of abilities
and talents
3. Making unfounded and meritless allegations against your supervisor

You will be notified in a separate letter from the Human Resources department of
your COBRA rights and eligibility. If you have any questions regarding this notice,
please contact me.

Sincerely,

Joanne Smith
Vice President, Human Resources

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