As an employee, we have an obligation to carry out work duties in accordance with the work agreement. The most common thing in a work agreement is the obligation for an employee to come to the office and complete the work for which he is responsible.
Unfortunately, there are times when a worker cannot fulfill his obligations to come to work. If the reasons for not coming to work are clearly stated and can be accepted by the leadership, then that will not be a problem. But, there are also times when an employee does not come to work without notice or playing truant.
If skipping work is done so many times that it is not acceptable to the leadership, then the employee is likely to get a warning or warning. Usually, a warning or reprimand is sent by letter, which is called a warning letter or warning letter.
Definition of Warning Letter is a letter given by a certain party to another party, the contents of which aim to convey a warning or reprimand because of a violation of a certain rule, as agreed upon previously.
A letter of absence from work is usually delivered by the leadership or HRD of a company. To be clearer, it can be seen in the example of a letter of absence from work. The following is an example of a letter of absence from work that can be used as a reference.
Also consider: Example of a Work Call
Example warning letter not showing up for work
- Love happy dreams
Jalan Adipati Karna, No 99, Salatiga, Central Java
Number: 123 / SCB / IX / 2016
Brother Yudha Bharata, SE
Jalan Bidu Utama, Perum Gading Jaya, No 88
From the available employee data, we know that you have not come to the office and performed your work responsibilities for the past 6 (six) days in the past month, namely on the 2nd, 3rd, 5th, 7th, 9th, and 10th of September 2016, with alpha qualifications or no description.
Therefore, we respectfully request that you immediately return to work and comply with all applicable provisions and company regulations. Before returning to work, you are expected to immediately meet the HRD manager during office hours.
For your attention, we thank you.
|September 12, 2016
|Ardi Sandiro, SH
HRD Assistant Manager