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Staff Management > 09 Discipline and Termination (21 docs)

09 Discipline and Termination (21 docs)

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This helpful document covers the normal standard procedures a Care Facility Admnistrator may want to take when terminating any of the care business staff's employment with the business. 

Employment at this Facility is AT-WILL.  The employee or employer may terminate at any time, with written notice, for any reason or for no reason at all, with or without cause, AT-WILL.

All accrued benefits that are due and payable at termination will be paid.  Some benefits may be continued at the employee?s expense. The employee will be notified... Care Business Staff Termination of Employment for Care Facility Administrators
This document covers steps for disciplinary action in a positive way, contains guidelines on how and when to discipline.  Designed for care facilities and community based care businesses. 

When most people hear the word discipline, they think of it in negative terms. This is an area the supervisor can help to change. Effective discipline can have a positive effect on an employee as well as the whole team.  It is the supervisor's duty to discipline when necessary.  If you find the employee is not... Disciplinary Actions
This form is used to document an employee violation, action taken, employee comments, and follow-up. Disciplinary Notice Form
This great document covers procedures to follow if an employee violates established work practices, including the disciplinary actions that will be initiated and links to related forms.  

All employees are trained in this facilities work practices.  These practices include policies, procedures and forms for the jobs they are assigned.  We pride ourselves on using quality work practices.

Employees are required to follow established work practices at all times.  If the employee is not following these practices, the employee will immediately be re-trained to ensure that they comply with our established practices.

If an employee violates established work practices, the following disciplinary actions will be initiated: Disciplinary Procedures for Non-Compliance
Cover for section 9 of the Staff Management Manual. Discipline and Termination Cover
A form used to warn, discipline, and/or terminate an employee for violating the dress code of the company. Dress Code Violation Notice
This is a check list of items that need to be returned (such as uniforms, keys, cell phones, etc.) when an employee working in a care facility or care business terminates employment. Employee Checkout Record Form
This form is used when interviewing an employee that is terminating their employment with the company. Employee Exit Interview Form
Blanket statement for an employee handbook Final Notice
Free basic information you should know before terminating an employee.

It's hard to fire someone.  I have had to do it a few times over the years and it rarely is easy.   If you have done the right steps and are fair, usually things go okay.   The first step is to... Firing 101
Defines insubordination and ways to handle it.  

An employee's objection to an assignment can be considered insubordination.  However, are you sure the employee understood the direct work order?  Are they a good employee, have they done this before?  Was it intentional? 

You need to... Insubordination
Form used to document employee tardiness, action taken, employee comments and follow-up. Late Report Notice Form
This form is used when termination is due to excessive absences from work. Notice to Terminate Employment - Excessive Absences
This form is used when termination is due to drug use and/or intoxication that compromises a residents care. Notice to Terminate Employment - Intoxication/Drug Use
Notice to give to employee upon termination of employment due to a safety violation. 

You have violated the below listed company safety policy:
Company Policy:

We cannot tolerate any.... Notice to Terminate Employment - Safety Violation
This form is used in cases where termination was due to a violation of company policy.  

You have violated the below listed company policy.   Due to the nature of your actions we are... Notice to Terminate Employment - Violation of Company Policy
Sample policy for care home supervisors on Absenteeism, Tardiness, and Leaving Early Policy on Absenteeism, Tardiness, and Leaving Early
Sample procedure for residential care facilities.  Sample Policy: Below are our Company?s procedures for both administrative personnel and employee(s) to follow in the event of an employee's potential exposure to HBV, HIV, or another infectious condition. These post-exposure follow-up procedures must be followed to assure the necessary evaluation and treatment is received by the employee and to help reduce the exposure to other employees. Post Accidental Exposure Procedures
This form is to notify an employee that they are suspended from their job without pay, the number of days suspended and why the action was taken.  

This letter is to notify you that you are hereby suspended from your job for the next _____ days. This action has been taken due to the following: Suspended Without Pay Form
This form is used to document discharge/resignation of an employee of the company. Termination of Employment Record
This form is used to document and give notice to employee of type, time and date of violation, action taken, employee comments, and follow-up. Warning Notice Form
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