You attended a disciplinary hearing on 28th November and I am writing to inform you of your final written warning.
This warning will be placed in your personal file but will be disregarded for disciplinary purposes after a period of 6 months, provided your conduct improves.
- a) The nature of the unsatisfactory conduct or performance was:
Using company property, namely several cubic feet of tarmacadam to settle a dispute with your ex-partner’s new boyfriend whose vehicle you spotted whilst delivering supplies to the depot.
- b) The conduct or performance improvement expected is:
To settle your romantic disputes in a more mature way and preferably one that doesn’t involve criminal damage, theft of company property and at least 12 violations of the Health and safety act.
- c) The timescale within which the improvement is required is:
Straight away please Dave, or you’ll never be allowed on delivery duty again
- d) The likely consequence of further misconduct or insufficient improvement is:
Dismissal and more likely than not a few months in prison. It’s only because your ex-partner’s boyfriend, upon spotting your fine work, then tried to steal the dump truck you were driving that the police decided to take a lenient view of the situation with regard to your conduct.
You have the right of appeal against this decision to within 5 days of receiving this disciplinary decision.
Signed: Mary Wallace
Manager and part time relationship councillor