Final Warning Letter Sample

Final Warning Letter Sample

A Final Warning Letter explains that an employee’s performance is unsatisfactory in regards to their performance, behaviour or conduct. It is important that you follow the correct procedures when terminating an employee. Take a look at our sample below, to get an idea of what yours will look like.

Your Final Warning Letter will provide your employee with an opportunity to improve before they are terminated, you may wish to seek legal advice before terminating an employee to discuss the legal aspects related to it.

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What does the Final Warning Letter cover?

Our Final Warning Letter includes clauses setting out:

  • Documents the employee’s unsatisfactory performance, behaviour, or misconduct;
  • Puts the employee on notice of how his or her performance must improve; and
  • Warns of the risk of termination.

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