Warning Letters

Performance Warning Letter


Mr. Paul Jennings

345, Hilly Street,

North Square,



29th May, 2011

Subject: Warning regarding the inconsistent performance

Mr. Jennings

We would like to inform you that all the trainees being trained under our program are being monitored by the Human Resource department as well as the Performance Department. These monitoring authorities decide the placements of the trainees in the in the organization as a permanent employee. The departments have found your performance in the training to be below the standards for the organization, and any one below the level is considered to bring in inefficiencies.

So we would like to advise you to improve your performance. You are needed to work on the lack of focus, improve the hours that you have been training. It has also been brought to the notice that you have been irregular with the office hours and have violated the office timings. These are also considered to add to poor performance, so it is again advisable to consider the timings and hours. If the needful is not done on your part, the organization may not be able to place you in a suitable position.

We hope to see an improvement in your work performance.


Mr. Anthony Geller


Human Resource Management

Crawford Securities Pvt. Ltd.

Baltimore, USA.

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