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Repeated Misconduct

Published December 11, 2018 Author: Andrew Felix Rose

Consistent behaviour from an employee that falls out of line of the standards and expectations of the company. Repeated misconduct can occur in different aspects of the job. For example, showing up late for work, disrupting other employees, unauthorised absences from work and intentionally performing below the company standards.

For an act of misconduct to be deemed as repeated misconduct, the employee must have been given a fair chance to improve their behaviour. Employers must follow the proper disciplinary process before dismissing an employee to avoid the risk of an unfair dismissal claim.

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