Notice to Employees of Unsatisfactory Behavior. As the President of your organization, you feel responsible for the behavior and actions of your employees.
Therefore, when staff members exhibit inappropriate behavior during a meeting or conference, you will need to address it.
Although your initial thought may be to hold an employee meeting so you can really drill into them how disappointed you are, I’d advise you to refrain from doing this.
Rather, it will be in your best interest to get your point across using this letter.
Explain the details of the situation and if applicable what consequences they will face if this behavior occurs in the future.
Addressing your employees by using this letter will allow you to get the specifics on paper without your emotions getting the best of you in a face-to-face conversation!
TO: All Employees
FROM: Mr. Chambers
As President of this company, I was disappointed and humiliated by the behavior of some [name of firm] employees who attended the meeting on [day].
The discourtesy shown to [individual] was unforgivable.
Some employees not only talked incessantly during our speaker's address but also exhibited the height of rudeness by leaving the auditorium before the completion of his speech.
To anyone who is guilty of these actions, I want you to know that such behavior will not be tolerated by this firm.
It distresses me to have to write a message such as this to you, and I certainly hope and trust that it will never again be necessary.