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Download the Employee Write-Up Form. This is a disciplinary report form used to warn or terminate an employee according to their actions. Generally this is a form that allows the employer to counsel with the employee as well, to provide documentation that the employer has provided ample opportunity for the employee to make appropriate changes in order to remain employed. An employer will usually allow 2 or more write-ups prior to consideration for termination. These documents are usually placed in an employee’s records for further evaluation at a later date.

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woh to write a report World Health Organization - Official Site

The Table of Contents should appear after the title page in the document. To create the Table of Contents manually, start a new page right after the title page. This way, you do not have to worry about moving the Table of Contents around in the document later. Doing this can end up throwing off the page ordering in the Table of Contents.
  • The Table of Contents should be on its own page. Do not include the introduction or a dedication on the same page as the Table of Contents.
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    List the headings of the document in order. Start by listing the headings of each section in the document in order. Include only the major titles or headings in the document first. Write them down vertically on the page, using the same font and font size for each heading.[1]
    • For example, you may write down main headings like, “Introduction,” “Case Study 1,” or “Conclusion.”
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    Add subheadings if applicable. The subheadings will be subtopics under the main topics or sections in the paper.
  • You can also include sub-subheadings underneath the subheadings, if applicable. For example, under the subheading “Themes and Concepts” you may have the sub-subheading, “Identity.”
  • Some papers do not have subheadings at all, only main headings. If this is the case, skip this step.
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    Write page numbers for each heading. Write down the page number of where each heading starts in the document. Only include the page number that marks the beginning of the heading. You do not need to include the page number of where the section ends in the table of contents.[3]
    • For example, if the “Introduction” section begins on page 1, you will attach “page 1” to the Introduction heading. If the “Conclusion” section begins on page 45, attach “page 45” to the Conclusion heading.
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    Put the content in a table. Make a table with two columns. Then, place the headings and subheadings in the first column in order. Put the applicable page numbers in the second column.
  • You can also leave the content indented to the left if you'd prefer.
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    Title the Table of Contents. Add a title on the top of the Table of Contents. Usually the title is “Table of Contents” or “Contents.”
    • You can put the title above the table or in a separate row on the top of the rest of the content.
  • Method 2 Using a Word Processing Tool

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      Confirm the headings and page numbers are correct in the document. Before you use a word processing program like Microsoft Word to create the Table of Contents, make sure the headings and page numbers are correct. Note each heading and subheading in the document, checking that every section has an applicable heading.[4]
      • You should also confirm the page numbers are correct in the document. Each page should be numbered in order. Having the correct page numbers will ensure the Table of Contents is created correctly when you use the word processing tool.

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