Question to Ask the Workplace Doctors about a warning:
I received a verbal warning referring to a meeting I wasn’t aware I had! My director and manager said to me that it wasn’t acceptable that my work was late and that I had no good reason for it, and that I need to think ahead. This took about 5 seconds of their time once I arrived into work. I was not given a verbal warning on the day and I wasn’t given a chance to explain why it was late. I then received a letter saying that following our ‘meeting’ I am to accept this letter as a document to say I have received a verbal warning. Is this fair and correct?