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- Sample Disciplinary Code. // A-Z of Industrial Relations in the Caribbean Workplace;2006, p215
An appendix of a sample disciplinary code in Jamaica is presented.
- LEGAL Q & A. Landau, Philip // Marketing (00253650);2/21/2002, p53
Presents advice on dealing relation problems with employers in Great Britain. Obligation of employers to provide honest reference on sending statement warnings to employees; Suggestion to fight the disciplinary proceedings; Irrelevance of dismissal on redundancy problems.
- Registration suspended for indecent assault. Golding, Garth Philip // Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand;Jul2016, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p38
No abstract available.
- UNFAIR DISMISSAL AFTER PARTY FALLOUT. Brookes, Sophie // Accountancy;Dec2015, Vol. 155 Issue 1468, p72
The article discusses the court case MBNA Ltd. v. Jones wherein employees are expected to behave themselves during company Christmas parties. The court examine the dismissal of Mr. Jones after punching his fellow employee at their company's Christmas party and allegedly attending the party in...
- OTHER MODELS FOR LABOR-MANAGEMENT DISPUTE RESOLUTION: THE WISCONSIN EXPERIMENT. Ver Ploeg, Christine // Contemporary Readings in Law & Social Justice;2011, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p92
Twenty-two years ago leaders from the Wisconsin Department of Labor Relations and leaders from the Wisconsin State Employees Union, AFSCME Council 24, saw a need to create better ways to more efficiently handle their large backlog of routine grievances. Thus they mutually crafted and adopted...
- Reprimanding: Do it right. // Managing People at Work;Jul2014, Vol. 1 Issue 8, p2
The article offers effective approaches on how to reprimand an employee in a positive and motivating way.
- Know your rights in case you are wronged. // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;2/4/2002, Issue 2499, p22
Presents guidelines for ensuring the fair discipline of employees by their employers. Orientation of the staff on the company's disciplinary procedure; Requirement for suspicions of employee misconduct; Action that may be taken by an employer in cases of gross misconduct.
- How to avoid employee complaints that could lead to litigation. Goddard, Robert W. // Management Review;Feb84, Vol. 73 Issue 2, p58
Presents recommendations on how management can avoid employee complaints that might lead to litigation. Standardization of disciplinary procedures; Institution of formal grievance and arbitration procedures; Utilization of an employee performance appraisal system; Specification of employment terms.
- Weingarten Rights: protecting nurses at disciplinary meetings. Breslin, Tom // Massachusetts Nurse Advocate;Feb/Mar2011, Vol. 82 Issue 2, p9
The article offers the author's insights on Weingarten Rights, which became validated after the U.S. Supreme Court affirmed in the case of Weingarten Co. and the National Labor Relations Board the right of union members to representation in the investigation process. He notes that Massachusetts...