To comment or not to comment on my performance warning
March 31, 2014 8:16 PM Subscribe
This afternoon, I received a call from my supervisor and the HR director informing me of a written warning regarding my performance. I must sign and return it by the close of business tomorrow.
posted by anonymous to Work & Money (11 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
The performance issues consist of insufficient work output some weeks, as well as output that is sufficient but poorly timed in other weeks.
I have no disagreement with the claims made. I've been on the job several years, with this as a recurring problem.
There is a space for comments from me on the matter. What, if any, sort of comments should I amke? I fear that if I leave ithat space blank it will come across as disinterest and apathy.
(I'm pretty worried about nonwork issues and pretty unhappy in general, but of course I can't tell them that. Work is the best thing I've got going for me at the moment.)
My supervisor probably reads this site, so anonymity is probably a moot point, but still.