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23 Aug 2007

Time keeping

My collegue performs well at work, but is frequently late for work.
She has had verbal warnings and the company now gave her a written final warning. Does that mean if she is late EVER again, she will be dismissed?
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Labour lawyer
Labour Lawyer

01 Jan 0001

Time keeping has become a big issue and if in fact you are on a final written warning another late appearance at work could lead to a disciplinary hearing which could lead to dismissal.

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