5 Essential Features of a Formal Disciplinary Procedure

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Having a sound and fair disciplinary process in place is essential for managers, team leaders and supervisors to enable them to effectively manage misconduct /performance situations. This procedure should reflect the already agreed rules that detail what is acceptable and unacceptable in the workplace, rules which should be readily available, in writing for all employees. In some cases, an informal process can be followed if breaches are minor, however, when a formal process is needed, there are five essential features to make sure it is as effective as possible.

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