Does Disciplinary Action always entail a filled-out form kept in your records?


-Your boss walking up to you while you're working after your colleague informs him of what you said/did to reprimand you. After that, your boss sends you an angry email about it.

-A customer files a complaint against you. As a result, the livid President of the company or CEO calls you into his office. You get a diatribe while alone in there with him.

Would the scenarios above still constitute Disciplinary Procedure?

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  • 7 months ago
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    Disciplinary Procedure is defined by the company, not law or global agreement.

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    7 months ago

    It depends on the employer's policy on "disciplinary action."

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  • 7 months ago

    totally up to the company on how they handle that, there are no set guidelines with maybe the exception of a union contract that addresses these things. But no universal procedure

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