Misconduct in labour law is the blameworthy breach of a workplace/performance rule or standard – i.e. the employee is at fault for breaching the rule or standard. Disciplinary action is action by the employer against an employee in reaction to the wrongful and blameworthy breach of the rules, standards or expected behaviour in relation to the employer’s workplace.
The object of these policies and procedures are to provide guidelines to management for addressing misconduct and employee discipline in the workplace
ISASA member schools are not required to make use of these policies; they are provided by way of example. As Pro Forma (standardised draft) documents, these policies should also be appropriately and properly customised by the user to suit their requirements.
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