Member discipline Sample Clauses

Member discipline. A. All disciplinary action shall be applied in accordance to the following progressive steps, when appropriate, unless said offense is of such a nature that warrants either elimination of the first two steps in the progressive disciplinary procedure or immediate termination procedures by the Board of Education.
Member discipline 

Related to Member discipline

  • Student Discipline The Board and administration shall support and uphold employees in their efforts to maintain discipline in the District and as soon as possible shall give response to all employee requests regarding discipline problems. Further, the authority of employees to use prudent disciplinary measures which are not arbitrary nor capricious for the safety and well-being of students and employees, as provided in District policies, is supported by the Board. In the exercise of authority by an employee to control and maintain order and discipline, the employee may use reasonable and professional judgment concerning matters not provided for by specific policies adopted by the Board and not inconsistent with federal or state laws or regulations. The District agrees to conduct informational meeting(s) at the building level for certificated employees concerning applicable federal, state, and local laws and district rules, regulations, and procedures pertaining to student rights and the processing of student discipline. The meeting(s) shall be held prior to September 30.

  • Discipline Disciplinary grievances will be initiated at the level at which the disputed action was taken.

  • Employee Discipline Appropriate sanctions must be applied against workforce 18 members who fail to comply with any provisions of CONTRACTOR’s privacy P&Ps, including 19 termination of employment where appropriate.

  • Employer Grievance The Employer may institute a grievance by delivering the same in writing to the President of the Local Union and the President shall answer such grievance in writing within five working (5) days. If the answer is not acceptable to the Employer, the Employer may, within ten (10) working days from the day the President gives her answer, give ten (10) working days notice to the President of the Local Union of its intention to refer the dispute to arbitration.

  • Removal of Discipline Any written reprimand or discipline imposed for tardiness or absenteeism shall be removed from an employee's record if, from the date of the last reprimand or discipline, two (2) years pass without the employee receiving an additional reprimand or discipline for such offense. The two (2) year period shall be extended by any leave of absence or disciplinary suspension. Any reprimand for other causes shall be removed from the employee's record based on the above criteria. Such removal shall be at the request of the employee but in any case shall not be used against the employee.