Category Archives: Warning

Insubordination Warning Letter Sample

Dealing with insubordination is pretty straightforward, and is down to 3 basic steps. Talking, warning and termination, and can be rather pleasant if it ends at step 1. However, life is not a textbook, and insubordination can be difficult to prove at times when the insubordination stems from passive-aggressive behavior. Regardless of the covertness, or… Read More »

Warning Letter to Tenant for Noise

A landlord’s worst wish would be if the tenants they just made an agreement with turn out to be a really rowdy, vociferous, loud and disruptive family. If anything of this sort happens, and you get complaints from other residents, the best thing for you to do is take care of this situation instantly; otherwise… Read More »

Warning Letter to Tenant for Cleanliness

While a sensible landlord is always perturbed with keeping the premises of the rental-unit in the best condition, unfortunately, most people aren’t concerned; being concerned about this issue isn’t even in their to-do lists! Whether you just noticed that your rental-unit looks exactly like the one in Neon Demon, or that your lawn is like… Read More »

Warning Letter to Tenant for Pets

No matter how much you love animals: furry or funny, slimy or slithering, four-legged or two-legged, scaly or feathered, you certainly don’t want them in your rental-unit. If a signed rental documentation expressively states the prohibition of pets, and you find them on your property, you’ll have to let the tenants know, in no speculative… Read More »

Warning Letter to Tenant for Smoking

If you’ve been a landlord for a while, then you know that the trouble-free tenant is a myth. I would love to say otherwise, but once you’ve put your property on the market, you will be dealing with all sorts of people from the Brady Bunch to the Hoarders from Hell. I’m a big fan… Read More »

Sample Warning Letter to Employee for Misconduct

Angry about an employee’s misconduct? Anger will lead you nowhere – taking disciplinary action will. If the employee in question has not indulged in misconduct before, you cannot simply fire him. You have to write a formal warning letter to him, detailing why s/he is being disciplined and what repercussions s/he will have to bear… Read More »