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Generally if you quit work you are automatically disqualified.
Can you tell me what state this is in?
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I just will write out what the letter says. Is this conversation between us private or do I need to change the names in the letter?
No I didn't resign.
I wrote out the warning letter, used initials... r
ks(my boss) and zw(hr) met with mm (me) today to discuss behavioural issues related to her job. After serving in a temporary capacity this spring, mm was hired fulltime this summer as our volunteer manager. mm initially started out very strong and was a great employee through at least the bike ms event in mid september. however, since some time around november, ks has been talking with mm about her attitude and attempting to coach her on improving it. ks has not seen sufficient improvement during this time, and it has now come to her attention that other staff members are also not feeling supported by mm. all in all it appears mm is not happy with her job or putting in a good effort. today we agreed that this meeting would serve as a warning to her. on monday she will need to come in with a positive "can-do" attitude and begin to re-gain trust of her co-worders. If ks determines at any time during the week that mm's attitude has not changed for the better, she will be terminated from her position immediately. at the very least they will meet by friday to discuss mm's ongoing employment. if they agree at that time that mm will still be employed into the furture, it is still with the understanding that mm will need to maintain a positive attitude or her employment will be at risk
Will you have an answer for me by tonight or tomorrow? I need to go address this on Monday morning 2/9.
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