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disciplinary procedure

A sanction, or restriction of the right to practice medicine, imposed on a professional
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In addition to the revised disciplinary procedure, the agreement calls for a $218,000 increase in funds to the Police Department this year.
Employers need to be able to identify and deal with problems of substance abuse by putting in place support and disciplinary procedures to ensure, as far as is reasonably practicable, the health, safety and welfare of all employees.
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.
It seems that in this case, however, London Underground were let down because of issues relating to disciplinary procedures.
Police Officer Don Douglas, a representative of the Simi Valley Police Officers Association, said Monday that on Friday police officers agreed to accept a one-year contract that included no raise - if the disciplinary procedure was changed.
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.
The majority of our members believe they have sufficient grievance and disciplinary procedures in place.
I have to say that the length of time that this has taken does not seem to be normal for NHS disciplinary procedures.
Not giving a realistic chance for the employee to improve You should include a right of appeal in your disciplinary procedure, as well as clarifying what rights there are for the employee to be accompanied or represented at the hearing or the appeal.
I was taken through the company disciplinary procedure, and given a warning for persistent lateness.
I have a disciplinary procedure but I haven't started down that route.
The new Employment Act will require all employers to follow a basic disciplinary procedure laid down by law.