Before your organization disciplines an employee, it's always important to ask these questions: Have other employees violated the same policy? If so, what action did we take against that other employee? How similar are those two situations? One court recently said employers shouldn't search for “identical” situations—“similar” is good enough. In fact, if you don’t discipline “similarly” you might end up with double trouble, as this employer did …
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