Three Steps Verbal Warning, Suspension Without Pay, Or Termination Of Employment

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Disciplinary action may call for any of four steps-verbal warning, written warning, suspension without pay, or termination of employment-- depending on the severity of the problem and the number of occurrences. There may be circumstances when one or more steps are bypassed.
Progressive discipline means that, with respect to most disciplinary problems, these steps will normally be followed: the first offense may result in verbal warning; the second offense may result in a written warning; the third offense may lead to suspension; a fourth offense may result in termination of employment. If more than 12 months have passed since the last disciplinary action, the process will normally start over.
By using progressive discipline, Mr. Shine hopes that most employee problems can be corrected at an early stage, benefiting both employee and Mr. Shine.
Tardiness/Call outs
The company will hold each and every employee accountable for any tardiness , call outs, no call no show, or any medical reason for any leave . Therefore, we have designed a point system to keep track of such incidents.
5 points for late
10 points for call outs
20 points for no call no show
Once the employee reaches total of 50 points in a year, management will discuss further action which may include termination of employment
Points are valid for a year and will come off on the same exact date the following year. If the employee is sick and can provide the proper documentation to prove it , they will not be…

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