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I'm trying to construct a phrase that has the meaning of informing someone they are deficient and hereby directed to correct the deficiency. They type of thing a supervisor would say to a chronic screw-up after a particularly significant mistake. Not a dismissal or reprimand, but a declaration of intent toward such, or worse, without immediate correction.
I've zeroed in on "I'm putting you on ______" or "Consider yourself on ______" as phrases I've heard used for this situation, but can't decide if 'notice' is what belongs there as it has an awkward feel to me. I've considered reworking the structure to "I'm giving you notice..." which gets roughly the same message across while feeling a bit less awkward, but I keep returning to the initial structure as the base of what I'm looking for.
Is "I'm putting you on notice"/"Consider yourself on notice" the common phrase for expressing this situation or is it some other very close variant that I'm grasping at and just missing?