Written Warning Sample Clauses

Written Warning. If the employee again commits the same or similar violation within the specified period (or possibly an unrelated infraction), the employee will be given a written warning which will be placed on his/her personnel file. The employee will be told that if any further misconduct occurs, the employee will be disciplined again, more severely.
Written Warning. If a problem recurs after counselling and a verbal warning, the Employee’s supervisor will discuss it with the Employee again and put a formal written warning in the Employee’s file. The consequences of further recurrence will be explained to the Employee.
Written Warning. 12.1 If the IME does not comply with any term of this User Agreement, and MedCo is satisfied that a written warning is appropriate, MedCo will issue a written warning to the IME setting out the action that the IME is required to take to resolve the issue.
Written Warning. Subject to section above, written warnings shall not be used unless the unit member has been verbally warned about similar actions within the last twelve (12) months. Written warnings shall not be placed in the unit member's file.
Written Warning. Written warnings consist of a discussion between the employee and a supervisor in which the supervisor explains in detail the reasons for the warning and then provides a written disciplinary notice to the employee of the action required to correct the unsatisfactory performance, the time allowed for improvement and the consequences, including dismissal, for future violations or failure to improve.
Written Warning. Subject to 29.5.a. above, a Written Warning will not be used unless the Unit Member has been verbally counseled/warned for a separate and similar action or infraction. A Written Warning shall not be placed in a Unit Member’s file, but may be attached to a Written Reprimand and placed in the personnel file if additional steps of the progressive disciplinary process are utilized.
Written Warning. An employee whose services are unsatisfactory, shall be given written warning in the presence of the Shop Steward and the Chair of the Grievance Committee and a copy of the written warning will be forwarded to the Union. If the employee is unavailable for this disciplinary meeting, the Employer will notify the employee and the Union of the written warning in writing. The Union will be notified of the issuing of a written warning forty- eight hours (two working days) in advance of the warning being given to the employee. From the date the written warning is given, the employee shall be given a period of thirty calendar days in which to achieve a satisfactory standard. The Union has the right to investigate from the date this warning is given. From the expiration of the thirty day period, the Employer shall have seven calendar days in which to consider the employee’s standard of performance during the trial period. The employee shall, within the seven day period, receive notice in writing, with a copy to the Union, that either (a) the employee’s services during the thirty day period were considered satisfactory, or (b) that the employee’s performance was considered unsatisfactory and that the employee is suspended. From the date an employee is suspended, seven calendar days shall be allowed for Union investigation. Upon the expiration of seven days, the suspension will become a dismissal unless a grievance is filed by the Union. If the grievance is upheld or the written warning is withdrawn, the employee will be reinstated and will suffer no loss of pay for the period suspended and the written warning will be removed from the employee’s file. A written warning and related follow-up issued in accordance with this clause will be removed from the employee’s file after four years of subsequent active employment during which no formal disciplinary action is taken.
Written Warning. Where there is a failure to improve or to change behaviour during the currency of a prior first stage formal warning, or where the infringement or deficiency or issue is sufficiently serious or warrants it, the employee will normally be given a written warning. This should give details of the complaint or the relevant issue; warn the employee that the absence of a satisfactory sustainable improvement or change may lead to written final warning. Where appropriate, a copy will be issued to his representative (or to the local FTO if the employee is an accredited TU representative).
Written Warning. Written warnings consist of a discussion between the unit member and the supervisor in which the supervisor explains in detail the reasons for the warning and then provides a written disciplinary notice to the unit member of the action required to correct the unsatisfactory performance with applicable time requirements. Written reprimands will include a place for supervisors to note in writing when unsatisfactory performance issues have been resolved. Unit members will receive a copy of this written notice.
Written Warning. Subject to 25.2.1 above, written warnings will not be used unless the unit member has been verbally warned about similar actions within the last four