Reprimand Letter for not Following Orders
This letter aims to indicate the hassles and violation of orders being carried out in the restaurant. Being the sole proprietor of Sizzlers Cuisine, I hereby inform you that I have been acknowledged with the news via [X], who is my brother-in-law living in Surrey at this time. It has been noted that there has been sheer negligence and some sort of chicanery going on in the business. You are aware of the extreme conditions of the spread of Covid-19 which has badly affected our town of Surrey in recent years and hence I have faced a real-time loss in my business due to the lockdown.
I have been told that despite the clearly stated SOPs and orders given to you all (employees), the SOPs are not being properly followed. The bar of the restaurant is kept open till 9 pm and the café till 7 pm although the closing time for both and for all other restaurants in Surrey is 6 pm.
I don’t really think you have any idea that the negligence you are doing is counted as a violation of the latest policies and the law. As soon as this news reaches the town’s Police, the restaurant might be sealed by the court and all of you including myself would get arrested then and there.
This has been a very irregular, inconsiderate, and disappointing act and if my restaurant is sealed, I ensure you are going to get into the hot water for that. I am getting worried about my business there and if I were in town right now, I might have fired you from the job as soon as possible. Or at least I would have never let this happen.
Anyhow, till the time the police do not know about the bar being open for customers past 6 pm, you may enjoy the leverage to be retained on the job. I really hope you would think from all angles and about all the possible outcomes because of your negligence and violation of orders.
Proprietor of Sizzlers Cuisine
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Mr. Aden Camiller
10th Avenue, Main Boulevard, England.
10th September, 20XX
Dear Mr. Camiller,
This letter aims to specify the disappointment and dissatisfaction the theatre owners have communicated to me. As I am in charge of this Northumberland Theatre, the owners have got the news that you had been sleeping and staying in the theatre hall along with some other companions of yours for the past days and violation of orders was being carried out as this is simply not allowed.
Entry of any outsider is prohibited by the theatre owners after the last show of the night ends at sharp 11:30 pm. I just had been away to visit my town for a couple of days, and you did not even consider twice before taking such a huge step against the rules of the theatre.
Ever since the theatre has been inaugurated in 1930, it has had the honor of being the oldest and one of the most well-maintained theatres in Northumberland. The owners and administrative staff have been going to any extent to make the fine reputation it carries. I have been a loyal employee of theirs till the time of my hiring 23 years ago. This is hence just like a second home to me, and I have serious concerns about its reputation and maintenance.
After all, it is a theatre and not an inn where you can hang out with your companions, who were also completely unknown to me and the owners. As an assistant manager, you were expected to keep things in place in my absence, but it seems like you did not bother about the duties and responsibilities with which you were entrusted upon.
This was highly a despicable thing to do which shows your dishonesty and disloyalty towards the organization that feeds you. The owners have hence decided not to give you another chance, as they cannot trust you anymore. You are asked to put up a resignation soon or to get prepared for being fired directly which is probably more insulting. This will also help you stay cautious about your attitude in the next firm you will work at.
I advise you to never deceive anyone if you need to be successful in your career. The owners will clear your dues soon and then you might leave afterward.
Senior Manager Northumberland Theatre.
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