Article Database - Topic: 'Misconduct' - Keyword: 'Disciplinary warnings'

 
A code of conduct: good idea or not? Publication date: 28.06.2016
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It’s been suggested that you should introduce a code of conduct as this will ensure your employees know exactly how to behave in the workplace and towards others. Is this a good idea or a step too far?
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Warning notes: don’t be tongue in cheek Publication date: 23.05.2016
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In May 2016 there were reports about an employer who often left notes for an employee called “Shane”. They told him, in a tongue in cheek way, about things he was doing wrong. This may be amusing but why is it a bad idea?
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Gross misconduct: always spell it out Publication date: 01.06.2010
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The penalty for proven gross misconduct is summary dismissal, which means employment can be terminated without notice or pay. But what’s the risk if an employee says they didn’t know their actions would be treated that seriously?
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