Sample Ultimatum Letter format to Employer

Sample Ultimatum Letter format to Employer

[Here briefly focus on Sample Ultimatum Letter format to Employer. You can follow this sample letter to give an ultimatum to an employee who has not come on time, misbehaving, procrastination in work or any other issue by the boss/employer. You can modify these sample as your requirement.]

Date…

Employee name…

Job Designation…

Department Name…

company/Institute name…

Sub: Ultimatum Letter to Employee

Dear Employee (Enter Employee Name Here),

I am writing this letter on behalf of the whole office staff as this letter concerns everyone you work with. (Describe in your own words). It has been reported to the CEO (Office authority) quite a number of times now that your attitude and behavior in the office premises is very unprofessional and needs to be addressed. The way you harass the female staff is totally unacceptable. (Describe actual problem and situation). I ignored a few of your complaints on a few occasions thinking that you may mend your ways but when I heard that you harass the female staff I had to write this ultimatum letter to you. (describe your requirement and managerial decision).

You must mend your ways immediately or else the office staff will fire you and not grant you any recommendation letters. We hope you understand that an office is a place where you have to stay professional and disciplined.

Thank you,

Your name…

Job Designation…

Department Name…

 

Another Format,

Date…

Employee name…

Job Designation…

Department Name…

company/Institute name…

Sub: Ultimatum Letter to Employee

This is an ultimatum letter to you for your insincerity towards your job. You have been found absconded from your job yesterday. (Describe in your own words). You have already given one warning before. Your attendance for this month is also not acceptable. (Describe actual problem and situation).

This is the last warning to you from the department. Kindly come to the Chairman’s office along with an explanation letter for your negligence. (describe your requirement and managerial decision).

Thank you,

Your name…

Job Designation…

Department Name…