hi there, he has given required notice and i told him the same day he couldnt have it but what can i do if he does not turn up for work that particular week?
sorry, just so i am clear if he does not show up are you saying it could be a sackable offence?
ok thats fine we have had other problems with this employee very minor things but on a regular basis and as yet no warnings we are normally easy going but this has upset us as its a total disriguard of our requests would you say it is advisable to issue a warning for previous issues and also for refusing to come in that week?
how does that work? am i right in that we have to issue a verbal warning and then two written warnings
thank you this is all really helpful. the business has been going for 25 years and this is the first time we have ever had any problems with employees and had to find out all sorts of information. they dont make it easy on the employer these days do they! :-)
thank you very much this has been very helpful.
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