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    This is an official written warning

    I appointed an IT professional in the office but he is not competent so I transferred him to work as Receptionist. He is doing receptionist job but sometimes, I ask him to do some IT related job which he can during his free time, but he does not do it so I want to issue a warning letter to him- please see below I appointed an IT professional in the office but he is not competent so I transferred him to work as Receptionist. He is doing receptionist job but sometimes, I ask him to do some IT related job which he can but he does not do it so I want to issue a warning letter to him- please see below-

    This is an official written warning for your failure to perform the entrusted job to you.

    You had been endorsed a task related to your original profession apart from your routine job to carry out during your spare time, but you refused to execute as instructed. Repetition of such ignorance will result in further disciplinary action as it may deem fit.
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    Re: This is an official written warning

    Quote Originally Posted by sanjfer View Post
    I appointed an IT professional in the office at work but he is not competent so I transferred him to work as a/the receptionist. He is doing the receptionist job but sometimes (no comma needed here) I ask him to do some IT-related jobs which he can during in his free time, but he does not do it them so I want to issue a warning letter to him. Please see below.

    I appointed an IT professional in the office but he is not competent so I transferred him to work as Receptionist. He is doing receptionist job but sometimes, I ask him to do some IT related job which he can but he does not do it so I want to issue a warning letter to him- please see below- (Duplicate of first paragraph.)

    This is an official written warning for your failure to perform the entrusted job to you were tasked with.

    You had been were endorsed given a task related to your original profession, apart from in addition to your routine job, which was to be carry carried out during your spare time, but you refused to execute carry out the task as instructed. Repetition of such ignorance Failure to complete such future tasks will result in further disciplinary action as it may be deemed fit.
    See above. Note that "free time" and "spare time" are sometimes used to refer to the time people don't spend at work. Initially, I thought you were telling him that he had to carry out these IT-related tasks outside of work hours. That would have been totally unacceptable. However, I understand now that you mean that you wanted him to do the IT-related jobs alongside his job as a receptionist.

    I would like to know if he is being paid a receptionist's salary or that of an IT professional. If, since he was moved to the receptionist job, he has been paid only as a receptionist, it is my opinion that he is well within his rights to refuse to carry out the IT-related job. Someone needs to decide if he is a receptionist or an IT professional. He needs to be paid accordingly for the work he's doing.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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