Excessive Sick Leave Warning Letter

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COMPANY HR / EMPLOYER INITIAL WARNING INTIMATION LETTER / EMAIL TO EMPLOYEE FOR SICK DAY ABUSE

[DATE, ex. Wednesday, June 11, 2014]


[NAME AND ADDRESS, ex.
John Smith
1234 First Street
Suite 567
Anycity, Anystate  85245]

Dear [NAME, ex. John Smith],

It is reasonable to expect our employees to fall ill occasionally and be unable to arrive at work.  It is for this reason we extend [X] sick day leaves per year to each of our employees.  Unfortunately, you have missed work for a total of [Y] days this year: [LIST DATES, ex. January 2, 12, 13, February 2, 3, 4, and March 1, 2, and 3].

This excessive use of sick leave days blemishes you history of good performance.  Accordingly, additional sick leave this year will be unpaid. 

If there exists a situation or underlying problem which we must discuss, I urge you to bring it to my attention so we can act accordingly.  Otherwise, please contact me as soon as possible so that we may discuss the situation.

Sincerely,


[YOUR NAME, ex. Jill Jones]

Employer Reference Letter Sample

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UNSOLICITED RECOMMENDATION LETTER FROM EX BOSS / EMPLOYER FOR EX-EMPLOYEE : EXCELLENT EMPLOYEE

[DATE, ex. Wednesday, June 11, 2014]

To whom it may concern:

Re: [NAME OF EMPLOYEE]

[NAME OF EMPLOYEE] was employed at our company as a [OCCUPATION OF EMPLOYEE, ex. Controller] for a period of approximately [NUMBER OF YEARS EMPLOYEE EMPLOYED, ex. Five years] during the period [PERIOD OF EMPLOYMENT, ex. January 31, 2005 to February 4, 2013].

During this period she reported directly to me. Her duties and responsibilities included overseeing the accounting department, preparing, reviewing and finalizing our financial statements and acting as primary contact with our bankers.

[NAME OF EMPLOYEE] was at all times very co-operative, friendly, hard working, and extremely competent. She accepted her responsibilities with eagerness and she completed them in a timely and professional manner. Her attendance was exemplary and her interpersonal skills were very polished.

I believe [NAME OF EMPLOYEE] would be a tremendous asset to any organization. It is with regret that [NAME OF EMPLOYEE] left our company, however her success with us resulted in her attaining all the challenges we had to offer, and she wished to find new challenges. I have every confidence that [NAME OF EMPLOYEE] will have a successful career with any organization she joins.

Sincerely,


[YOUR NAME, ex. Jill Jones]

Appreciation Letter Format for Employee

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COMPANY HR / EMPLOYER EMAIL TO EMPLOYEE FOR RECOGNITION FOR DEDICATION AND EXTRA-CURRICULAR INVOLVEMENT

M E M O R A N D U M


To:                    [NAME OF EMPLOYEE]

From:                [NAME OF SENDER]

Date:                [DATE OF MEMORANDUM]

Subject:            [DESCRIBE SUBJECT OF APPRECIATION, ex. Extra-Curricular Involvement]


This is just a short note to commend you for your exceptional contribution to our company over the last year.

Your involvement in organizing social functions and rallying the employees has resulted in a significant improvement in employee moral and productivity.

Your hard work and effort have been duly noted and appreciated. These will be given consideration in your performance review this year.


Thanks again.