A Final Written Warning letter is given by the company to an employee who has been charged with misconduct in the company. A warning letter has been issued to the involved employee to change his conduct; if no improvement is seen, the company may choose to write a final warning letter to the employee for an ultimate consequence.
839 Bryan Park
Lexington, NC 20022
February 2, 2011
Mr. Donald Lexicon
RE: Final Written Warning
Please note that this letter is the final written warning to you with regards to your misconduct with the company van. You have been warned twice with regards to the blatant use of the company van, especially for your personal chores.
Once again, a report has been submitted against your abuse of the company van where you were reportedly seen at a location that is not part of the company clientele list. Hence, you are forewarned with this final written warning that harsh disciplinary action will be held against you if you do not give an appropriate response to this latest charge against you.
You have 7 working days to respond to this final written warning from the date of this letter.