Writing the Employee Letter of Excessive Absenteeism document
NOTICE OF EXCESSIVE ABSENTEEISM
Re: Notice of Excessive Absenteeism. This notice is to inform you of the Company's recognition of what it deems excessive absenteeism, and to describe the events that have occurred over the past Insert time frame this notice covers which have resulted in the need for disciplinary action. This notice shall explain the corrective action and conduct that the Company expects in order for you to remain employed with this firm. According to Insert the source that you are citing, such as payroll, attendance records or time clock, you have been absent from work # of absences days over the past time frame this notice covers.
Separate out the different types of absenteeism you are experiencing from the employee. (Excessive sick days, late, sporadic days off, lack of timely notification, etc. Insert documentation and/or reference past contacts dealing with this issue.
As we've previously discussed with you, excessive absenteeism is unacceptable and will not be permitted by Company Name. As of the date on this notice, you are being placed on a disciplinary employment status. The period of time that this disciplinary employment status shall cover is Insert Disciplinary Employment Time Period.
During this period of time Company Name shall monitor and observe your attendance. Any further occurrences of absence that violate the company attendance policy during this period may result in your termination of employment from the Company. It is our intention in writing this letter that it will have a positive result on your future employment with Company Name.
It is the Company's hope that your acknowledgement of the seriousness of the situation can bring about corrective action and change. If you would like further clarification of this or any Company policy, please contact me directly.
Human Resources Manager
cc: Human Resources Manager