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disciplinary procedure

A sanction, or restriction of the right to practice medicine, imposed on a professional
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Thankfully, most members will never be subject to disciplinary procedures.
Although this checklist focuses on the mechanics of a disciplinary procedure, it is important to remember that good management, for example spotting problems before they become serious and identifying development needs to improve performance, can prevent many cases reaching this stage.
If the case has moved some way along the disciplinary procedure, present an outline of the previous stages, the actions taken and the results.
Dr Richard Lewis, Welsh Secretary of the British Medical Association, said: "BMA Cymru Wales has been negotiating with NHS Wales for some considerable time now on a new disciplinary procedure for hospital doctors in Wales which we were in a position to agree well over 12 months ago, but employers have been dragging their feet.
Although the WNO purported to follow the disciplinary procedure laid down in its handbook, it did not comply with the opera company's agreement with the Musicians' Union, which was designed to protect musicians from "too subjective an assessment" of their artistic performance.
Disciplinary Procedure Committee Chair Andy Sasso told the Board of Governors in Tallahassee that the committee has gotten some feedback on the rule, which is intended to help prevent thefts from attorney trust accounts.
Employees often submit grievances during disciplinary procedures, either regarding the procedure itself or the circumstances that lead up to the initiation of that procedure.
There are no real disadvantages of implementing a disciplinary procedure, but remember:
And, Grasso said, the LAPD's disciplinary procedure is ``basically out of control,'' and has pushed officers to other departments.
Toon managing director Derek Llambias last night rubbished the FA disciplinary procedure as "not fit for purpose" and pledged to get it reformed.
Yesterday he won at the Court of Appeal which ruled that the disciplinary procedure to which Mr Johnston was subjected for his perceived artistic failings was "procedurally unfair".
The first is following to the letter the disciplinary procedure, both internal and statutory, where applicable.