Counseling statements in the United States

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A counseling statement is a form of verbal or written counseling given to employees in the workforce[where?] who have violated a company policy.[1] Counseling statements, the least severe form of disciplinary action, serve as warnings for violations.[2] Counseling statements generally include the exact violation while showing how one can prevent committing that violation in the future and improve employee performance.[2] Too many counseling statements in a job can eventually result in a suspension or termination of employment.[2]

Common reasons for counseling statements in the workforce: not finishing one's assignments/tasks, unexcused absences or tardies, loss of money (such as cashiers), insubordination. Different jobs have different ways of writing and announcing counseling statements.

References[edit]

  1. ^ How to Start A Human Resources Consulting Business (from Your Kitchen Table). Severo Melendez. 2005. p. 89. ISBN 978-0-9794887-1-9. 
  2. ^ a b c Arkansas Department of Career Education–Employee handbook