If you are having a challenging time with a staff member, use this positively-worded warning letter to outline your concerns, clarify the requirements of their position and offer guidance on what they can do if they are struggling. This is practical and aimed at resolving the issues at hand. However, if things don’t improve it may form part of a required process if you eventually need to terminate.*
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