If they could choose onefunction to avoid, many managers would choose disciplining employees. In today's litigious society, individuals don't think twice about seeking solace in court for perceived inequities, so many employment lawsuits are filed by employees who believe they were disciplined unfairly. Read on for best employee discipline practices.
When it comes to discipline, one size does not fit all. That's because you can't expect to hand out the same discipline to an employee who misses projected goals as you would to one who is caught stealing from company coffers, and still expect employees to remain loyal to your company.
According to Michele Miller, president and founding partner of the Miller Law Group, employers need to differentiate between performance-based discipline and conduct-based discipline. With performance-based discipline, the goal is not to punish e...(register to read more)
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