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esther
10/04/2009 09:48:06
Re: sms

Dear Mr. Siew,

We had issued a warning letter to a staff who sent sms to his subordinate who has tendered resignation. In the sms, he mentioned that his subordinate resigned because wanted to get counter offer and promotion as he did last time. We charged him for sending frivolous message and trying to jeopardize the harmony among the team. He refused to sign the warning letter as he feels that this is more towards personal matter between them. What is your opinion?
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KL Siew
kl_siew@yahoo.com
10/04/2009 13:35:28
If he refuses to acknowledge it, you can't force him. You may record such fact and it will better to have witness to it. Sometime, refusal to knowledge warning letter is also treated as another offence and disciplinary action can be taken on him for that.
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