Saturday, 3 September 2011
Part 1/8: Explain the disciplinary action process?
All employees are expected to meet performance standards and to act properly in the work place. A manager will take a disciplinary action against an employee when he is not behaving well in the organisation and if he is not doing his job effectively. Thus disciplinary action is a process of communicating with the employee to improve unacceptable behavior or performance. A manager may take disciplinary action when other methods such as coaching and performance appraisal have not been successful. He should observes his employees and give them feedback, he should see their performance appraisal and performance standard and should give them training if they need it. However in cases of serious misconduct, a manager may choose to proceed straight to disciplinary action.