If I choose to terminate a staff during his probation period ie. put him on one month's notice as stated in the contract, do I have to give any reasons, or worse still, issue 3 warnings and conduct a domestic inquiry before I can do so?
Most of the time it's no-show at work (no mc produced) and informing the office very late, frequently being late for work. Problem is it didn't happen 2 days consecutively. 1 written warning has been issued. If this persists, do I have to issue 3 warnings and conduct a DI?
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