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What Should You Do If You Receive A Written Warning?

What should you do if you receive a written warning?

Do you know what to do if you receive a written warning?

Industrial advocate Miles Heffernan says written warnings are a sign your employment is at risk, and therefore you must take them seriously.

“A written warning means your boss isn’t happy with your performance or conduct, so therefore, you need to take immediate action to improve,” he said.

“Some written warnings are unfair however, and in that case, workers need to take action to dispute them.”


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