pretermination

pretermination

(ˌpriːtɜːmɪˈneɪʃən)
adj
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) of the period before termination (esp of employment)
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The whole-exome sequencing revealed CD274 (PD-L1), JAK2, and PDCD1LG2 (PD-L2) gene amplification and functional loss of p53 due to pretermination of transcription.
In a phone interview yesterday, NAPC lead convenor Liza Maza told the Inquirer that she had just signed two memos: one informing the 155 consultants of the pretermination of their contracts; and the other notifying 82 employees of the nonrenewal of their contracts of service (COS).
96) Under the Alaska Dismissal Statute, before a teacher is dismissed, the district must give the teacher written notice and a pretermination hearing that "comport[s] with the minimum requirements of due process," if after the pre-termination hearing the employer continues with the dismissal, the teacher must again be provided with written notice.
254, 264 (1970) (holding that cancellation of welfare benefits without a pretermination hearing, as opposed to the post-termination hearing required by statute, violated due process).
After learning of Mitchell's relationship with Kolon, Dupont began an internal review of Mitchell's pretermination activities while he was with their company.
Benefits of pretermination Pre-terminated cable systems require more effort at the planning stage.
The guard alleged, among other things, that the defendants denied him certain pretermination procedures in violation of the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments, and that the defendants retaliated against him in violation of Title VII.
at 343 (1976) ("An additional factor to be considered here is the fairness and reliability of the existing pretermination procedures.
532, 547-48 (1985) ("[A]ll the process that is due is provided by a pretermination opportunity to respond, coupled with post-termination administrative procedures as provided by the Ohio statute.
A technical termination is deemed to result in the pretermination LLC's transferring all of its assets to a new LLC and then distributing the ownership interests in the new LLC to its members.
We are also responsible to make reasonable efforts to provide pretermination counseling and suggest alternative service providers as appropriate (APA, 2002, Standards 10.
Town of Wolcott, the Defendant, Mayor Thomas Dunn, was sued, along with other defendants, by an employee he had terminated, Taravella, but his motion for summary judgment was denied, along with his qualified immunity defense, in her procedural due process claim, on the ground that questions of fact regarding Taravella's employment contract still existed, suggesting that Taravella had a constitutional right to a pretermination hearing.