Disciplinary Action Sample Clauses

Disciplinary Action. The parties recognize the authority of the Employer to reprimand in writing, suspend, discharge, or take other appropriate disciplinary or corrective action against an employee for just cause. Allegations or other assertions of failure of proper employee conduct or performance are not charges, but constitute a basis for appropriate investigation by the Employer. Whenever an employee is formally charged with a violation of any obligation, rule, regulation, or policy, the employee shall be notified in writing of the claimed violation and disciplinary penalty therefore. Any employee who alleges that disciplinary action is not based upon just cause may appeal such action in accordance with Article 9, Grievance Procedure. Reassignment of an employee at the same level, and work location if feasible, incidental to a disciplinary action upheld or not appealed shall not be prohibited or appealable, provided the possibility of such reassignment was stated to the employee in the notice of disciplinary action. However, the Employer retains the option to reassign as part of the administration of discipline for just cause. Any performance evaluation, formal counseling, reprimand, or document to which an employee is entitled under this Agreement shall not be part of the employee’s official record until the employee has been offered or given a copy. The parties agree that disciplinary action must be supported by timely and accurate investigation. An employee shall be given the opportunity to give prompt, full, and accurate answers, to the extent possible, to questions put to him/her by the Employer concerning any matter regulated by the Employer, related to conduct or performance, or which may have a bearing upon the employee’s fitness, availability, or performance of duty. Whenever it is determined that disciplinary action is appropriate, a disciplinary conference shall be held with the employee at which the employee shall be entitled to Union representation. The Union Representative must be notified and requested by the employee. No disciplinary conference shall proceed without the presence of a requested Union Representative. The employee shall be informed of the nature of the charges against him/her and the reasons that disciplinary action is intended or contemplated. Questions by the employee or Union Representative will be fully and accurately answered at such meeting to the extent possible. Response of the employee, including his/her own explanation of an incident ...
Disciplinary Action. The above criteria shall be the primary factors upon which an employee’s performance is judged and upon which annual performance pay decisions are determined.
Disciplinary Action. The parties agree that the Board president may place the Superintendent on paid leave by delivering written notice of the same when the Board president determines it is in the best interests of the school district to do so. The paid leave shall continue unless and until a majority of the Board determines otherwise at a duly convened meeting. The Board may suspend the Superintendent without pay for a period not to exceed thirty (30) working days. Prior to suspending the Superintendent without pay, the Board president or secretary shall deliver a written notice to the Superintendent advising him of the alleged reasons for the proposed action and provided the opportunity to present his version of the facts. Within seven calendar days after receipt of such notice, the Superintendent may make a written request to the secretary of the school board for a formal due process hearing under section 79-832. If such a request is not delivered within such time, the action of the Board shall become final.
Disciplinary Action. Discipline may include only the following, but not necessarily in this order:
Disciplinary Action. 1. No permanent or limited status employee covered by this Agreement shall be disciplined without just cause. The parties jointly recognize the deterrent value of disciplinary action. Accordingly, the State will:
Disciplinary Action. The Company has the right to discipline or discharge employees for just and reasonable cause.
Disciplinary Action. Residents who violate the terms and conditions of this contract are subject to disciplinary action by the University. Such action can include, but is not limited to, administrative sanctions, temporary removal, suspension or eviction from University Housing and/or suspension or dismissal from the University. Residents may also be required to pay fines and/or make restitution. Those who violate state and/or municipal laws are subject to prosecution in civil or criminal courts.
Disciplinary Action. The Board shall have the power to dispose of any grievance involving dismissal or disciplinary action by any arrangement which it deems just and equitable.