Employee Discipline: Policies and Practices

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Bureau of National Affairs, 1989 - Business & Economics - 413 pages
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This balanced book shows employers how to design and implement effective discipline programs -- ones that develop a "disciplined" work force rather than just "discipline" individual employees.

The author fully explores the legal and arbitral issues surrounding various discipline systems and addresses insubordination, drug abuse, dishonesty, poor performance, absenteeism, moonlighting, and much more.

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