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disciplinary procedure

A sanction, or restriction of the right to practice medicine, imposed on a professional
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Employees often submit grievances during disciplinary procedures, either regarding the procedure itself or the circumstances that lead up to the initiation of that procedure.
* Apply your disciplinary procedure consistently and fairly.
A hospital spokesman said that as the hearing was set up under the Dentist and Medical Disciplinary Procedures, it does not have to be held in public.
'The majority of our members believe they have sufficient grievance and disciplinary procedures in place.' Ms Hobson said the new legislation set out the process which employers must go through to dismiss an employee.
'The tribunal take a serious view of an employer with written disciplinary procedures who then ignores those procedures and imposes a warning and causes loss of pay to an employee.
It is important to be clear in your mind about the purpose of the disciplinary procedure you are writing -it is not to punish, but to assist employees to maintain the standards of conduct that are required.
Managing director Alan Anderson said: "This is the subject of a disciplinary procedure. I have nothing else to say until it is resolved."
I'd like to see 1st Line defend this particular disciplinary procedure at an industrial tribunal.
In a final submission Mr Cole, who broke down in tears, told the panel his objective in following the GTC disciplinary procedure was to get 'a fair and reasonable hearing'.
"The procedure for disciplinary procedure of a consultant is a long and complex one."
I was taken through the company disciplinary procedure, and given a warning for persistent lateness.