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Free Sample Show Cause Notice Due To Absent From Duty

Human Resources Management | Disciplinary Action

REF. No. HR /PF/ EMP.CODE-119111

Date: 19-08-2004

Mr. John
(Van Driver)
Mumabi

Subject: Show Cause Notice

As per attendance record you have been found absent from duty for more than ten days w.e.f 08-08-04 till to date, without any prior approval / intimation to the concerned Head of Department.

Your above said action amount’s to misconduct within the meaning of article 15 (3) (E) of Hindustan Standing Order Ordinance 1968.

Free Sample Show Cause Notice Due To Severe Negligence During Duty

Human Resources Management | Disciplinary Action

REF. No. HR /PF/ EMP.CODE-119111
Date: 19-08-2004

Mr. John
(Sweeper)
DELHI

Subject: Show Cause Notice

There was a complaint against you that on 19-07-04, you were found asleep during duty hours in passenger lounge.

Your above said action amount’s to misconduct within the meaning of article 15 (3) (i) of Hindustan Standing Order Ordinance 1968.


You are, therefore, required to reply this show cause notice within three days of the receipt of this letter. In case you failed to reply within the stipulated period it would be presumed that you have nothing to explain in your defense and ex-parte action will be initiated against you.

Free Sample Show Cause Notice Due To Negligence/Quarrel With Customer

Human Resources Management | Disciplinary Action

REF. No. HR /PF/ EMP.CODE-119111
Date: 19-08-2004

Mr. John
(Security Guard)

MUMBAI

Subject: Show Cause Notice

There were complaints against you that on 28-05-04, during checking of passengers at Poona Terminal, you let the passengers, to board in the bus with out security checking. More over on 29-07-04, you fought with a passenger and beaten him at Delhi Terminal. Within three months you made sever violations of company rules and discipline which shows that your performance is not upto the required standard.
Show cause, why disciplinary action may not be taken against you as per article 12 (1) of Hindustan Standing Order Ordinance 1968.

Free Sample Show Cause Notice Due To Misuse OF Authority

Human Resources Management | Disciplinary Action

REF. No. HR /PF/ EMP.CODE-119111
Date: 19-08-2004

Mr. John
(Junior Executive)

MUMBAI

Subject: Show Cause Notice

There was a complaint against you that on 28-05-04, you passed on some instructions to the security guard to let one passenger board in the bus with out security checking on your own discretion.

Your above said action amount’s within the meaning of article 15 (1) (ii) (a) of Hindustan Standing Order Ordinance 1968.

Free Sample Show Cause Notice Due To Negligence/Instigation Staff Against Company

Human Resources Management | Disciplinary Action

REF. No. HR /PF/ EMP.CODE-119111
Date: 18-08-2004

Mr. John
(Booking Clerk)

DELHI

Subject: Show Cause Notice

There was a complaint against you that on 11-08-04, during your duty hrs, company movie camera was misplaced due to your negligence. After that you instigated the staff at Delhi Terminal on strike. Your above said action amount’s to misconduct within the meaning of article 15 (3) (K) and 15 (3) (I) of Hindustan Standing Order Ordinance 1968.

Free Sample Show Cause Notice Due To Absent From Duty

Human Resources Management | Disciplinary Action

REF. No. HR /PF/ EMP.CODE-119111
Date: 09-08-2004

Mr. John
(Upholster)

MUMBAI

Subject: Show Cause Notice

As per attendance record you have been found absent from duty for more than ten days w.e.f 28-07-04 till to date, without any prior approval / intimation to the concerned Head of Department.

Your above said action amount’s to misconduct within the meaning of article 15 (3) (E) of Hindustan Standing Order Ordinance 1968.

Free Sample Show Cause Notice Due To Absent From Duty

Human Resources Management | Disciplinary Action

REF. No. HR /PF/ EMP.CODE-119111
Date: 04-08-2004

Mr. John
(Auto-Electrician)
MUMBAI

Subject: Show Cause Notice

As per attendance record you have been found absent from duty for more than ten days w.e.f 17-07-04 till to date, without any prior approval / intimation to the concerned Head of Department.

Your above said action amount’s to misconduct within the meaning of article 15 (3) (E) of Hindustan Standing Order Ordinance 1968.

Free Sample Show Cause Notice Due To Absent From Duty

Human Resources Management | Disciplinary Action

REF. No. HR /PF/ EMP.CODE-119111
Date: 04-08-2004

Mr. John
(Booking Clerk)
MUMBAI

Subject: Show Cause Notice

As per attendance record you have been found absent from duty for more than ten days w.e.f 08-07-04 till to date, without any prior approval / intimation to the concerned Head of Department.

Your above said action amount’s to misconduct within the meaning of article 15 (3) (E) of Hindustan Standing Order Ordinance 1968.

Free Sample Show Cause Notice Due To Absent From Duty

Human Resources Management | Disciplinary Action

REF. No. HR /PF/ EMP.CODE-119111

Date: 15-09-2004

Miss.Karin John
(Bus Hostess)


Subject: Show Cause Notice

As per attendance record you have been found absent from duty for more than ten days w.e.f 00-00-04 till to date, without any prior approval / intimation to the concerned Head of Department.

Your above said action amount’s to misconduct within the meaning of article 15 (3) (E) of Hindustan Standing Order Ordinance 1968.

Free Sample Show Cause Notice Due To Made Accident Due To Careless Driving

Human Resources Management | Disciplinary Action

REF. No. HR /PF/ EMP.CODE-119111
Date: 21-07-2004

Mr. John
(Bus Driver)

MUMBAI

Subject: Show Cause Notice

There was complaint against you that on 10-07-04, you made an accident in which the company’s car was damaged badly.
Your this act amount’s to misconduct within the meaning of article 15 (3) (i) of Hindustan Standing Order Ordinance 1968.


You are, therefore required to provide justification, why disciplinary action may not be taken against you within the meaning of Hindustan Standing Order Ordinance 1968 within three days of the receipt of this letter. In case you failed to reply within the stipulated period it would be presumed that you have nothing to explain in your defense and ex-parte action will be initiated against you.