Does the following information mean a prior offense of the same type is required for a final warning
Final Written Warning.
The purpose of this step is to correct an additional or serious performance/disciplinary problem or because a performance or disciplinary issue has become more serious and has not been resolved by verbal discussion or first written warning.
The sentence states that a final warning will be given when 1) a previous infraction has not been resolved; 2) if the issue is serious enough to given a final warning without having a previous incident; or 3) the employee has had a written warning for a different issue. Therefore, a Final Written Warning *can* be given to someone who has not had a previous warning of any kind (see #2 above) if the situation is serious enough to warrant such a notice.
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