Misconduct Discipline and Employee Rights

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Clients and potential clients always have questions about what their rights are in the disciplinary process. Employers often have progressive discipline policies and then those policies and employee may have some rights to certain levels of discipline before suspension or termination. Public employees always have those rights and usually a right to a hearing. Private employees often don’t but sometimes, employers use discipline to terminate an employee unlawfully for unlawful reasons. So those right should always be exercised and that discipline should always be questioned.

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