#28 Substandard Work Performance

Accounting clerk with a five-year history of progressive disciplinary measures resumes poor work habits that have been documented in the past. Note as well that the last two years’ evaluations have not met standards and that opportunities to discharge this individual were missed on several occasions. However, in this case, the last written disciplinary action is over one year old. Therefore, the company chooses not to terminate at this time and places her on a final written warning plus decision-making leave for excessive telephone calls and substandard performance. The letter of termination is located in Part VII, Termination Notices (Write-Up #85).


Employee Name: Mary Wellington ...

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