Features of a Sound Disciplinary System

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Disciplinary Procedure

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Disciplinary Procedure is a comprehensive procedure written by an organization to ensure that the employees working there follow certain norms of discipline or code of conduct in their ...

Hot Stove Rule

The “Hot-Stove Rule” of Douglas McGregor gives a good illustration of how to impose disciplinary action without generating resentment. This rule draws an analogy between touching a hot stove, and undergoing discipline. When you touch a ...

An Effective Disciplinary Process

A disciplinary procedure is directed against the worker’s behavior rather than the person. Key features of an effective process include the following principles of disciplining workers. 1. The length of time between the misconduct and the discipline ...

Employee Disciplinary Procedure

Disciplinary procedures are a critical tool for management to succeed. Many people associate disciplinary procedures with negative feedback. If implemented properly, these procedures will positively affect the relationship between a manager and their ...

Code of Discipline

To maintain harmonious relations and promote industrial peace, a Code of Discipline has been laid down which applies to both public and private sector enterprises. It specifies various obligations for the management and the workers with the objective ...

Disciplinary procedure

Though there is no rigid and specific procedure for talking a disciplinary action, disciplinary procedure followed in industries usually consists of the following steps: 1. Framing a charge and issuing a letter: When an employee commits an act of ...

Principles in Administering Discipline

The human resource manager should follow some guidelines in the administration of disciplinary action. They are: 1. Disciplinary action is to be corrective rather than punitive: The objective of disciplinary action is to correct an employee’s undesirable ...
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