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Posted by: KZN | 2011/03/11

WRITTEN WARNING –  PLS HELP

I started working for a company 2 mths ago. I don’ t work everyday. The days I work I am loaded with work. Also when I am not there staff complain about me. Now the boss is giving me a written warning for: having a long face, staff complaining about my attitude, my work not being completed. I am a very quite person also very soft spoken. I think these staff are taking advantage of this fact. I cannot leave work until I find sumthing else as I am a single parent. Please advise how I must with this. Do I hav to sign this warning.

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re: Written Warning

You have to sign a written warning. You can appeal same.

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Posted by: Labour Lawyer | 2011/03/25

re: Written Warning

You have to sign a written warning. You can appeal same.

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