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Evidence: Hotel Employee Reprimand - Weldon Foyle

YOKNAPATAWPHA COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT

Investigating Officer(s): Det. S. Murphy, Det. T. Armstrong
Incident No.: 001294-23E-2004
Case Description: Kristi Waterson Homicide

Pursuant to an order from the court, the Yoknapatawpha County Sheriff's Department obtained the following from the Best Western Downtown Oxford Inn & Suites personnel file for Weldon Foyle.


BEST WESTERN™
The World's Largest Hotel Chain®

Human Resources Department

EMPLOYEE INCIDENT/DISCIPLINARY ACTION DOCUMENTATION FORM

Employee Information

Name of Employee:

FOYLE, WELDON

Employee's Job Title:

Night Reception Agent

Incident Information

Date/Time of Incident:

May 3, 2004; May 7, 2004; May 12, 2004; May 18, 2004

Location of Incident:

Best Western Downtown Oxford Inn & Suites, 400 N Lamar Blvd., Oxford, MS

Description of Incident:

On three separate occasions (5/3/2004, 5/7/2004, 5/12/2004), the employee was informally given verbal counsel that hotel phones were for business use only, except for occasional, minimal, and necessary personal use and that he was spending too much time on the phone on personal business.

On 5/18/2004, employee was again observed spending excessive time continuously on the phone on personal business.

Witnesses to Incident:

Carla Brown, Manager

Was this incident in violation of a company policy?

X

Yes

 

No

If yes, specify which policy and how the incident violated it.

Best Western Corporate Communications Policy Section 3.32A states that employees may use hotel phones for "occasional, minimal, and necessary" personal use. Mr. Foyle's use was repeated, excessive, and unnecessary.

Action Taken

What action will be taken against the employee?

Verbal warning, reprimand in file, next offense in first warning of substandard performance as preparation for termination of employment.

Has the impropriety of the employee's actions been explained to the employee?

X

Yes

 

No

Did the employee offer any explanation for the conduct?
If so, what was it?

Employee stated that he needed to coordinate with members of a study group to get notes on classes he missed.

Supervisor's Approval

Signature of person preparing report

//Carla Brown

Date:

5/19/2004

Employee Acknowledgement

I have received this report and it has been discussed with me. I understand my signature does not necessarily mean I agree with this evaluation/personnel action.

Signature of employee

//Weldon Foyle

Date:

5/19/2004

 

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