What is disciplinary case?
The term NOLLE PROSEQUI is used in criminal court and describes an entry in a criminal case when the prosecutor of the case decides (for whatever reason) not to prosecute the charge. It's not clear to me why the questioner is linking a "nolle" to "disciplinary charges." Read More
Disciplinary code for California courts. Identifies to records dept. the case is for violations while incarcerated or on probation. Read More
Let's assume that your asking about disciplinary actions against a specific employee. (Supervisorys can always discuss general policy, such as "don't be late.") Most human resources managers would agree that it is not wise for a supervisor to discuss specific disciplinary actions taken against an employee publicly. However, it does happen. Some companies have the policy to keep all disciplinary issues private. If that is the case, the supervisor could actually be written up for… Read More
United States Disciplinary Barracks was created in 1874. Read More
Not enough information is given. Disciplinary hearing for WHAT? WHO is the hearing held by? Read More
Most frequent disciplinary offenses in the Army are leave related. Read More
Disciplinary variation is quite simply the variety of subjects that a student can take or that it is possible to take. Read More
A first step in the disciplinary procedure is to establish work rules that are in line with the organization's goals or objectives. These work rules become the basis for disciplinary actions when the rules are broken. Read More
How can you be found guilty of a crime in an administrative disciplinary hearing when the prosecutor's office declined prosecution?
Just because the state (or US) prosecutor declined to pursue the case, does not mean that you cannot be held "liable" in another venue. Think the O.J. Simpson case! Read More
A "disciplinary barracks" is a military prison facility, or a similar detention area for those accused or convicted of a military offense. The most notable is the US Disciplinary Barracks, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Read More
A disciplinary procedure is directed against the worker's behavior rather than the person. Read More
The teacher needed to take disciplinary action in order to make the student behave in class. Read More
Do I say Staff who misuse the data will be subject to disciplinary action or Staff who misuse the data will be subjected to disciplinary action.?
Use subject. Read More
Counseling and coaching could be a part of this process, but they usually take place prior to disciplinary actions. Read More
Most companies have rules and regulations under which all employees must work. In case of ethical issues, disciplinary measures may be taken to correct the person in the wrong. Read More
Yes. There are many types of disciplinary action which can be given without any other warnings. Whether a warning is given or not depends entirely on the type of disciplinary action you are referring to and the legal structure which governs it. Read More
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The correct spelling of the adjective is "disciplinary" (punitive). Read More
Can a teacher get away with handing out a progress report of a former student to a classmate simply for humiliation?
I would immediately report this to the principal. If that doesn't work, I would go to the school board. Disciplinary action certainly is due in this case. This teacher cannot be trusted. Read More
The most serious disciplinary action to be charge against a Member of Congress is expulsion. The process of expulsion in the House of Representative and from the Senate is different. Read More
Blackbookberry - 2008 Disciplinary Review 3-5 was released on: USA: 14 September 2010 Read More
Any lawyer can be sued. However, you would need to have a strong case with substantial enough damages to motivate another lawyer to represent you. You may also need to hire an attorney out of your area. If you think your lawyer did not perform his/her duty to you in a professional manner then you should start by making a complaint to your state disciplinary board. To find your state board search your state name… Read More
Disciplinary Actions - 2012 Anthony Smith 1-1 was released on: USA: 7 April 2012 Read More
Disciplinary Actions - 2012 Sonia Perez 1-2 was released on: USA: 7 April 2012 Read More
J. R. S. Forbes has written: 'Evidence law in Queensland' -- subject(s): Evidence (Law) 'Justice in tribunals' -- subject(s): Administrative courts, Disciplinary power 'Evidence in Queensland' -- subject(s): Evidence (Law) 'Disciplinary tribunals' -- subject(s): Administrative courts, Disciplinary power Read More
That is the correct spelling of the word "punishment" (meaning a disciplinary action). Read More
do it once get a warning, do it twice get a 9 foot pole in the A Read More
Disciplinary Actions - 2012 was released on: USA: 7 April 2012 (LA Web Fest 2012) USA: 5 July 2012 (International Television Festival) Read More
Disciplinary Actions - 2012 Paul Bishop - 1.4 was released on: USA: 4 January 2013 USA: 4 April 2013 Read More
Peter J. Grande has written: 'United States Disciplinary Barracks' -- subject(s): Military prisons, United States Disciplinary Barracks (Fort Leavenworth, Kan.), Pictorial works, History Read More
Degrees that are offered within a specific program of study and particular to that field. Read More
Employees are given advance notice of disciplinary action. Disciplinary rules are reasonable. Offenses are properly investigated. Investigations are conducted objectively. Rules are enforced equally. Penalties are related to the severity of offenses. Read More
If vigilance case exist on employee of public sector in India then stagnation increment can be approve?
I am answering this on the assumption that the employee is in public sector bank in India. I am not sure what is meant by "vigilance case". If this is to mean any case pursued by a Government agency like CBI, Vigilance Dept, etc. I am not sure. In as far as disciplinary proceedings initiated by individual Banks, where even if an officer is reverted to clerical cadre in Terms of III Bipartite settlements he… Read More
Do you believe that separate disciplines are required in the case of approximately 340 Cape town officers accused of the same collective misconduct?
Yes, disciplinary action or sanction is separate from a hearing and can only follow a properly determined guilty finding. Each officer should be permitted to have an individual disciplinary hearing. If found guilty, each should be able to enter pleas in mitigation of sentence. In determining mitigating circumstances, the previous record of each officer, their age and experience, their rank and their contrition and their respectful or contemptuous attitude to the trial will influence the… Read More
There is a silent C in the word disciplinary (related to behavior or punishment). Read More
No, it is called forgery. Read More
Warning letters for misbehavior and misconduct must be firm and direct. The indication that disciplinary action is the next step is important to include in the letter. If the misconduct continues despite the warning letter, then it is extremely important that one follow through with disciplinary action. Read More