3.5.10 Corrective/Disciplinary Action

adopted: Nov-2008
last revised: Nov-2008

When an employee engages in misconduct, the supervisor may take corrective disciplinary actions as determined by the supervisor. Depending on the nature and severity of the situation, appropriate correction/disciplinary action may include verbal counseling, verbal warning, written reprimand, suspension without pay, or termination. Suspensions without pay may be imposed only by the President for up to 10 work days after a disciplinary hearing. Discipline may be appealed through the College’s grievance procedure, subject to any collective bargaining agreements stating otherwise.

Information regarding the corrective/disciplinary action will be kept in the employee’s personnel file maintained by the College’s Human Resource office.

The President may place an employee on paid Administrative Leave during an investigation determining subsequent corrective action.