Formal Warning Letter (Unsatisfactory Performance) Sample

A Formal Warning letter sets out that an employee’s performance, behaviour or conduct is unsatisfactory. It is important that you follow the correct procedures when terminating an employee. Firing an employee who isn’t performing is a necessary part of running your successful business. Take a look at our sample below, to get an idea of what yours will look like.

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Once customised, your document will look similar to our sample Formal Warning Letter

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What does the Partnership Agreement cover?

Our Formal Warning Letter:

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

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James Miotto

James Miotto

James is a Paralegal, working in our content team, which aims to provide free legal guides to facilitate public access to legal resources. With a passion for commercial law, his research focuses on small businesses, and how they can navigate convoluted legal procedures.