Disciplinary Policy


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Disciplinary Policy sets out a procedure for a Company to deal with an employee's unacceptable behaviour/misconduct and job performance-related issues.

Employees are expected to maintain standards of performance and conduct as outlined by the Company. If the employee fails to satisfactorily meet the standards set by the Company then disciplinary action may be taken by to address the employee's behaviour.

This document can be used as a template of a Disciplinary Policy for a company's internal use. It can be used to conduct disciplinary proceeding against an employee in a fair and consistent manner.

The policy outlines the following stages of the disciplinary proceeding:

Stage 1: Verbal Warning

Stage 2: Written Warning

Stage 3: Final Written Warning

Stage 4: Termination

It also outlines the responsibilities of the employee's supervisor during a disciplinary proceeding to ensure all employees are treated fairly.

How to Use the Document? 

The document should be used by the Company's senior management while drafting the disciplinary policy. The Company should notify its employees whenever this policy undergoes major changes.

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Document Type:

Checklist / guideline / manual / policy / procedures


Business > Human Resource / Employment > Internal Memo / Policies / Staff Handbook / Manual


Disciplinary Policy


Disciplinary Procedure




unacceptable behaviour




termination of employment




company policy


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