Grounds for Discipline. Incompetency, inefficiency, dishonesty, drunkenness, immoral conduct, insubordination, discourteous treatment of the public and/or co-workers, neglect of duty, absence without leave, substance abuse, violation of City or department work rules, regulations, policies, or procedures, failure of good behavior, violation of Chapter 124 or Rules of the Civil Service Commission, or any conduct unbecoming a representative of the Employer, or any other acts of misfeasance or malfeasance or nonfeasance, will be cause for disciplinary action.
Grounds for Discipline. The specific grounds for a written reprimand, demotion, suspension or dismissal shall be given in writing to the employee with a copy to the Association, unless otherwise required by law. The specific grounds for a verbal reprimand or other discipline shall be given to the employee in writing within a reasonable time after the request of the employee for such grounds, with a copy to the Association, unless otherwise required by law.
Grounds for Discipline. Employees may be disciplined for poor job performance, unsatisfactory work quality, inappropriate conduct, excessive absenteeism or tardiness, failure to follow Court procedures, failure to follow safety regulations, or violation of any Court policy or any reason set forth in section Article 10.1. Discipline shall be for just cause.