Insubordination definition

Insubordination means Employee failing to use his best efforts to comply with a written directive made by the Company's Board of Directors for any action or inaction not inconsistent with the duties set forth here.
Insubordination means the willful disregard of a supervisor's instructions or the refusal to obey a lawful order from a supervisor. Insubordination does not mean the refusal to follow an order from a supervisor that would violate Federal or state law; Federal regulations; state rules; or a court order.

Examples of Insubordination in a sentence

  • Insubordination or disrespectful conduct or language toward members of the public, superiors or other employees.

  • Required drug/alcohol counseling class (failure to attend may result in additional days of suspension) 12 Insubordination: A student will obey the lawful direction of any authorized staff member while in school, participating in a school activity or on school property.


More Definitions of Insubordination

Insubordination means disregard or refusal to obey an order which a teacher, officer, or other employee of the department is entitled to give.
Insubordination means violating a lawful order or failing to obey a lawful order given by a superior.
Insubordination means overt or covert refusal to comply with authority.
Insubordination means failing to comply with the reasonable directions of teachers, school administrators or any other school employee.
Insubordination means a refusal by a public safety professional to comply with a rule or order where the rule or order was reasonably related to the orderly, efficient, or safe operation of the public or private safety agency and where the public safety professional'srefusal to comply with the rule or order constitutes a substantial breach of that person's duties; or