Progressive Discipline. The Employer will follow the principles of progressive discipline. Disciplinary action shall be commensurate with the offense. Disciplinary action shall include:
Progressive Discipline. For most offenses, management is expected to use a system of progressive discipline under which the employee is given increasingly more severe discipline each time an offense is committed. Management is not bound by progressive discipline in cases of serious offenses where no specific warning or prior disciplinary action need precede separation for cause. A common pattern may include oral warning, written warning, suspension, and finally, separation for cause.
Progressive Discipline. The employer accepts and gives effect to the concept of progressive discipline by adopting the procedures set forth below.
Progressive Discipline. The form of corrective action taken may vary depending upon the nature and severity of the infraction and any mitigating circumstances. Where appropriate, corrective action follows a systematic and progressive method by using increasingly stronger action, and may include a performance improvement action plan. Corrective action may include one or more of the following: level one written warning, level two written warning, final written warning, suspension pending investigation, or discharge. Corrective action on successive offenses may be less severe, parallel or progressive, depending on the nature of and relationship between the offenses.
Progressive Discipline. The College shall employ, where appropriate, progressive discipline, including but not limited to the following steps: verbal warning, written warning, suspension with pay, suspension without pay, and discharge. The College shall tailor discipline to respond to the nature and severity of the offense, and will not be required to apply progressive discipline where the College reasonably believes that the severity of the alleged offense calls for the imposition of discipline at an advanced step.
Progressive Discipline. The principles of progressive discipline shall be followed. These principles usually include:
Progressive Discipline. Except in cases of gross misconduct, or serious insubordination, the principles of progressive discipline will be applied when performance is unsatisfactory. This will normally include a verbal warning, a written warning, and suspension prior to discharge. At each stage prior to discharge, the supervisor or administrative head will explain the performance deficiency in detail, outline the standards of performance that are expected, and warn the employee that failure to improve performance will result in further disciplinary action.
Progressive Discipline. Any discipline of an employee shall be for just cause. The parties agree that the concept of just cause embodies the principles of progressive discipline appropriate under the circumstances. Disciplinary procedures may include but are not limited to: verbal/written reprimand, suspension, demotion and termination. The decision of the district not to renew teachers with less than three (3) years of experience in Broward County shall not be subject to this section.