Help your supervisors do the hard conversations
Set Lawful Boundaries For Discipline And Termination
A concise Discipline and Termination policy endorsed by senior leadership can be a powerful statement as to what they and the Company are committed to and represent. Further, such policies can demonstrate senior leadership’s promise to good governance and lawful operations.
The Discipline and Termination Policy refers to manager and employee obligations when addressing unacceptable performance and behaviours. Noting that fair and reasonable interactions and decision making practices are fundamental to treating all employees with respect and dignity regardless of the issue at hand. The Discipline and Termination Policy is in alignment with the Australian laws – particularly in relation to Fair Work legislation. So, use this Discipline and Termination Policy when setting appropriate standards within your company. Apply the Discipline and Termination Policy across the company, and in conjunction with other policies including
- Behaviour in the Workplace Policy
- Equal Opportunity and Anti: Discrimination, Harassment, Bullying Policy
- Performance Management Policy
- Performance Improvement Policy
- Grievance and Complaints Policy
- Gross or Serious Misconduct Policy
- Theft, Misappropriation and Fraud Policy
Once you have purchased and downloaded one or more policies, let all employees know the policies are now in place. Advise your employees to read, understand and how to apply the policies in all they do.
Policies Set the Tone for Your Operations and Management
The Conflict of Interest Policy provides guidelines as to effective management for identifying potential conflicts of interest (real or apparent) and implementing procedures to prevent these situations occurring or introducing measures to remove the circumstances giving rise to the apparent or actual conflict. Apply the Conflict of Interest Policy across the company, and in conjunction with other policies including
- Behaviour in the Workplace Policy,
- Code of Conduct Policy
- IT, Email and Internet Use Policy
- Discipline and Termination Policy
- IT Security Policy
The Conflict of Interest Policy is in alignment with the Australian laws – particularly in relation to human rights, corporations and privacy Acts. So, use this Policy when setting appropriate standards within your company.
It’s very important to make sure you cover your employer requirements. Use our Online or Premium support service to contact our HR experts for assistance if you intend to use this policy in any:
- employee performance management
- discipline or termination proceedings
You can access our professional, paid premium support as an online chat or call — or hire our experienced HR experts to do the work for you.
Please download this document within 3 days of your order. You can only download this file once. If you have any issues with the download, please contact us with your purchase date and receipt number. Our terms and conditions http://myworkembassy.com/website-terms-conditions/
Keep up to date with news
On our blog
The Dirty Truth of Handshake Agreements http://myworkembassy.com/fairwork-employee-contracts-agreements/ The Right to Hire and Fire http://myworkembassy.com/hire-and-fire/