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Reprimand Letter
Reprimand Letter
DATE: November 14, 2012
TO: Jane Doe, Administrative Support Coordinator II
cc: Personnel File
FROM: Manager, XYZ Department
Associate Vice President, Department
SUBJECT: Written Reprimand Unacceptable Job Performance
This memo serves as a written reprimand regarding your failure to perform the required functions of
your position by completing duties outlined in your job description. The authority for this written
reprimand, and your right to respond, is found within Article 12 of the CSUEU contract. Discipline
for failure to perform the normal and reasonable duties of your position is permissible under Section
89535 of the Education Code.
Your work shows an unacceptable number of mistakes. Memos that you type often have to be
returned to you because of spelling errors or incorrect format. I have counseled you on several
occasions regarding the importance of producing error free documents. Most recently on
November 8, 2012, you typed a one-page memo that had three simple spelling errors. On the
same day, I gave you a report to type and outlined the format. You did not follow the
instructions and the report had to be retyped. These errors reduce efficiency in the department
and increase cost. From now on I expect memos to be carefully proofread and error-free before
being returned to me. I also expect the correct format to be used consistently.
You have also been advised by me repeatedly that filing is to be done on a daily basis. Filing
often accumulates for more than a week before receiving your attention. You were given verbal
instructions on October 20, 2012 and October 31, 2012 that nothing was to be stacked on top of
the file cabinets. A third reminder was issued via email on November 2, 2012 to clean off the
top of the file cabinets, and it included specific instructions as to where the materials should be
placed. All of these directives have been ignored. You are instructed to complete your filing
each day. Should you not be able to do so, you must notify me via email by the end of the day
that you are unable to complete the task and the reason(s) why.
Your success is important to the department and the university, however, you must meet certain
performance standards. Should there not be immediate and sustained improvement in your
performance as outlined above, further disciplinary action up to and including employment
termination will be imposed.
A copy of this written reprimand will be placed in your official personnel file.
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