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Feel free to let the punishment fit the ‘crime’ when disciplining for off-duty conduct

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in Discrimination and Harassment,Employment Law,Human Resources

Many employers have rules that prohibit off-duty conduct that may reflect negatively on the company. But even with such policies, it’s tricky to discipline employees for the things they do on their own time away from the workplace. In fact, you’re free to use discretion in deciding whether an employee should be warned, suspended or terminated.

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