Sample Warning Letter for Frequent Absenteeism of Teacher

Sample Warning Letter for Frequent Absenteeism of Teacher

[These are sample Sample Warning Letter for Frequent Absenteeism of Teacher. You can follow this sample warning letter to employee for unauthorized absence. You can also follow this warning letter to employee for excessive absence. You can modify these sample as your requirement.]

Date…

Teacher name…

Subject or Job designation…

Department Name…

Sub: Warning Letter for Frequent Absenteeism

Dear (name),

I am writing to you because I would like to discuss the late absenteeism from yourself over the past month (more/less). I would like to remind you that we are a government funded school and we have a duty to our students who put the effort into coming into school every day to come and learn. (Describe in your own words). They are kids and I’m sure that they would rather be somewhere else. So the fact that you have been skipping classes and not calling in saying why and giving us time to get cover means that you are letting the students down. (Describe actual problem and situation). This is very shameful. Even the youngest of our kids can get up and come into school. This is your final warning and keeps in your mind you have a fixed salary and if you skip again I’m sure the government will deduct money from your salary. (describe your requirement and managerial decision). I hope that you will think about what I have said and I look forward to seeing you in school on time on Monday.

Yours sincerely,

Your name…

Administration Office…

School/Institute name…

Another format,

Date…

Teacher name…

Subject or Job designation…

Department Name…

Sub: Warning Letter for Frequent Absenteeism

Respected Sir/Madam,

Hope you are doing well. This letter is to inform you that you’ve now crossed the leaves limit and you haven’t told us the reason for leaves. (Describe in your own words). We are sending you this warning letter, so please be regular as our project is on final stage we can’t afford any kind of risk. (Describe actual problem and situation). This is your last warning.

Thanks,

Sincerely,

Your name…

Administration Office…

School/Institute name…