Staff refused to sign acknowledge warning letter. What to do?

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asked on Feb 16, 2017 at 15:36
by   Loo ZJ
edited on Feb 20, 2017 at 06:18
Recently, the management decided to issue a warning letter to 1 of our staff, that found out his working performance is not acceptable after reviewing his operation records and investigation.

We have issued him a warning letter but he refused to sign it.

We have invited a HR colleague to join the meeting, and she signed at the corner of the warning letter as witness, the staff refused to sign warning letter.

What is the better alternative way to issue warning letter to staff who refuses to sign?

We greatly appreciate recommendation you provide to us. Thank you. 
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answered on Feb 16, 2017 at 16:06
by   jeff005
Obviously have been advised by some legal wanables.

Do the DI under video recording via CCTV or hp recording to proof that you have adhered to your company's policies.
Still you cannot forced the person to sign. He/she has legal rights too.

Hey warning letter do not need that person to sign. Not even in a DI...
Can even via email.
If to stubborn staff post laju to the house..
You cannot force people to sign.
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