2.46 Warning of Unsatisfactory Performance

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Warnings have become an important part of the procedure whereby an employee?s deficient performance is addressed. In line with the currently prevailing philosophy that such discipline should be corrective rather than punitive, warnings serve to draw the employee?s attention to the area requiring improvement, suggest methods of improvement and to allow for a suitable period of time within which the necessary improvements can be achieved. Warnings also constitute an alternative and lesser? form of punishment. Of these the least severe is the verbal warning and the most drastic the final written warning.