industrial misconduct

industrial misconduct

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) behaviour by an employee that is considered to be negligent or irregular to such an extent that disciplinary action may be taken, usually by agreement between management and the employee's representatives
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What we are asking for is that we were robbed of our redundancy and we were deemed to have been responsible for gross industrial misconduct - but the committee are saying we had the right to strike.
A refusal to train their successors would be classed as industrial misconduct and could result in premature dismissal with loss of redundancy pay and pension rights.
These laws had previously worked well for many decades and provided the most effective industrial relations system in the country, as well as one that, by and large, avoided the extremes of industrial misconduct that plagued other states.
This is a clear and undisputed case of industrial misconduct, which merits instant dismissal.
The Norwegian had such a bad day that some fans saw it as a form of industrial misconduct, or a performance unworthy of the pounds 12 million chairman David Murray paid for him.
Operations manager Allan White said: "Linda Henderson was dismissed for gross industrial misconduct involving drugs allegations on November 7.
Cousin's idle performance against St Johnstone in last Sunday's Scottish Cup semi-final had been so work-shy it bordered on industrial misconduct but this time he had no objection to clocking on for the full shift.
He had never had so much as a bump before, yet his bosses have given him a final warning and say the accident was gross industrial misconduct.
The investigation concluded that those six individuals were guilty of gross industrial misconduct and, as a result, they were dismissed on Friday, May 10.
The Norwegian had such a bad day at the office that some fans saw it as a form of industrial misconduct.
George Knox was sacked for gross industrial misconduct after he was said to have admitted eating a sweet, a claim he denied.
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