Read the following guidelines on”>How to Conduct an Effective Disciplinary Interview by Ruth Mayhew.Consider the following case study:You are the manager of a team of workers, and Drew is one of your employees. Before joining your department three months ago, Drew worked six months in another area. Since assigned to your unit, Drew has been repeatedly late for work or absent. Other employees are complaining they have to pull Drew’s weight. You’ve learned that Drew had a similar problem in the other department.Company policy states that if an employee is warned of such a problem and it continues, the individual can be given a three-day suspension without pay.One important item to consider: Drew, when he’s on the job, is a top performer and someone you definitely want to keep on the payroll. He can run circles around the other people. He just has problems getting it together.You plan to meet with Drew to address the matter to create a strategy for the best approach:1.When do you feel is the best time of day and day of week to hold the meeting?2.Where is the most appropriate location for the meeting? Drew’s work station? Your office? Other locations?3.What do you believe is the best action to handle the problem? Counsel Drew and issue a verbal warning? Write a letter of reprimand? Suspend the employee for three days without pay? Other actions?