Final warning letter (Unsatisfactory Performance)

Final warning letter (Unsatisfactory Performance)

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Last updated December 2018
Last updated February 22, 2021
Suitable for all Australian states and territories
Suitable for all Australian states and territories

A Final Warning Letter (Unsatisfactor Performance) allows you to give notice to an employee who is underperforming in their position. Customisable and ready to use in under 3 minutes.

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Document Overview

This 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. Generally, an employee should receive a warning letter and 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.

Use this Final Warning Letter (Unsatisfactory Performance) if:

  • You would like to warn an employee that their performance is unsatisfactory in regards to performance, behaviour or conduct.

What does the Final Warning Letter (Unsatisfactory Performance) cover?

  • 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.

Other names for Final Warning Letter (Unsatisfactory Performance) include:

  • Final Warning Letter;
  • Letter of Final Warning;
  • Warning Letter; and
  • Final Warning Before Dismissal.

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