I received what I interpret as a second warning letter today, neither the first or this one specifically states that it is a warning and I am not sure if that is relevant or required. The first one a number of months back, I was happy to accept as fair criticism and I followed the requirements of that letter perfectly. (Background info; the issue at hand is keeping adequate "stock" of a heavily used item through weekly checks). A few weeks ago this item ran out just after the weekly check and order and it was then decided that checks should be twice weekly which I complied with, and then received a warning letter stating that because I didn't order said item after the first of 2 checks (because what should have been sufficient stock based on recent and historical usage was on hand) and the item then ran out the morning after the 2nd check before the order placed the day before had arrived. When something can have 5 used in 4 days and then 15 in 2 days when the normal weekly usage is 5 or less I don't see how I can be at fault. I am feeling very frustrated and concerned that I am potentially being forced out or my employer is finding a reason to terminate me. I hope all this makes sense and appreciate any help or tips under Employment Law.