Offenses Sample Clauses

Offenses. Administering discipline is a management right. The University’s decision to administer a certain level of discipline for a given offense shall be based on the facts and circumstances of each situation. While the University will continue to investigate all matters that are brought to its attention, informal, unwritten complaints will be given an appropriate level of consideration and will not be the sole basis for any disciplinary action taken. Examples (list not inclusive) of minor offenses best addressed by progressive discipline include:  poor performancechronic absenteeismdisregard for instructions and/or work proceduresabsence from an assigned work area without significant reasonextended break or meal periods that constitute an absence from the employee’s assigned work area  late arrivals and/or early quits  minor insubordination  minor negligent damage to University equipment and/or property, and  other similar types of offenses. Examples (list not inclusive) of major offenses best addressed by accelerated discipline include:  dishonesty and/or untruthfulness  cases of the use, sale, or possession of controlled substances on the jobarriving for work intoxicated or otherwise impaired by substance abuse or ingestiontheftfraudverbal and/or physical threat to another person  serious and/or chronic disregard for safety policies, instructions and/or work procedures  intimidation, harassment, discrimination or retaliation  major intentional damage to University equipment and/or property  sleeping on the job  gross insubordination, or  similar serious offenses.
Offenses. It shall be an offense against the Union:
Offenses. Administering discipline is a management right. The University’s decision to administer a certain level of discipline for a given offense shall be based on the facts and circumstances of each situation. While the University will continue to investigate all matters that are brought to its attention, informal, unwritten complaints will be given an appropriate level of consideration and will not be the sole basis for any disciplinary action taken. Examples (list not inclusive) of minor offenses best addressed by progressive discipline include poor performance, chronic absenteeism, disregard for instructions and/or work procedures, absence from an assigned work area without significant reason, extended break or meal periods that constitute an absence from the employee’s assigned work area, late arrivals and/or early quits, minor insubordination, minor negligent damage to University equipment and/or property, and other similar types of offenses. Examples (list not inclusive) of major offenses best addressed by accelerated discipline include cases of the use, sale, or possession of controlled substances on the job, arriving for work intoxicated or otherwise impaired by substance abuse or ingestion, theft, fraud, verbal and/or physical threat to another person, serious and/or chronic disregard for safety policies, instructions and/or work procedures, ethnic intimidation, major intentional damage to University equipment and/or property, sleeping on the job, gross insubordination, or similar serious offenses.
Offenses. Administering discipline is a management right. The University’s decision to administer a certain level of discipline for a given offense shall be based on the facts and circumstances of each situation. While the University will continue to investigate all matters that are brought to its attention, informal, unwritten complaints will be given an appropriate level of consideration and will not be the sole basis for any disciplinary action taken. Examples (list not inclusive) of minor offenses best addressed by progressive discipline include: • poor performancechronic absenteeismdisregard for instructions and/or work proceduresabsence from an assigned work area without significant reasonextended break or meal periods that constitute an absence from the employee’s assigned work area • late arrivals and/or early quits • minor insubordination • minor negligent damage to University equipment and/or property, and • other similar types of offenses. Examples (list not inclusive) of major offenses best addressed by accelerated discipline include: • dishonesty and/or untruthfulness • cases of the use, sale, or possession of controlled substances on the jobarriving for work intoxicated or otherwise impaired by substance abuse or ingestiontheftfraudverbal and/or physical threat to another person • serious and/or chronic disregard for safety policies, instructions and/or work procedures • intimidation, harassment, discrimination or retaliation • major intentional damage to University equipment and/or property • sleeping on the job • gross insubordination, or • similar serious offenses.
Offenses. 2. The offenses are punished and prosecuted in accordance with its general law, with the adjustments provided for in this law.3. The fact that it is considered committed in the place where all or part and in any form of reimbursement, the agent acted, or in case of omission, should have acted, as well as one in which the typical result has been produced.4. An attempt is punishable the same as committed criminal offense, especially reduced according to the legislation.5. An offense punishable by a fine of $5,000 to $50,000 in the case of natural person, $25,000 to $250,000 in the case of legal person, the practice of any of the following offenses:e. The total or partial execution of a project classified as Category A and B:
Offenses. Due to the broad range of potential infractions, the following offenses describe punishable infractions. Thedisciplinary consequences of violating these potential offenses will be at the sole discretion of the Junior High and/or HighSchool Administration and not subject to further appeal.
Offenses. It shall be unlawful for any person
Offenses. It shall be unlawful for any person to bring into the city or to manufacture, sell, distribute, possess or use armor-piercing bullets or any other bullets similarly coated with a nonstick fluoropolymer finish. It shall further be unlawful for any person which is in the business of manufacturing firearms to possess the component parts of any armor-piercing bullet.
Offenses. – It shall be unlawful for any person, except as authorized by this Chapter, to: