Dismissal for Cause

Dismissal for Cause

The termination of employment because of an employee's misconduct. For example, an employee may be dismissed for sexual harassment or absenteeism. Dismissal for cause may render the former employee ineligible to collect unemployment insurance.
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Poliquin's solicitation and receipt of landscaping services from Devon suppliers amounted to misconduct which alone justified dismissal for cause.
Dismissal for cause is a severance action by which the college terminates its contract with the faculty member for just cause.
The process for implementing dismissal for cause shall include the following:
It would have been pointless to allow non-unionized employees to appeal a dismissal for cause by simply allowing the employer to circumvent s.
In an 8-0 decision, the Texas Supreme Court ruled that prospective jurors who express a bias that would warrant dismissal for cause can be "rehabilitated" through further questioning.
Topics covered include dismissal for cause, dismissal in the ordinary course and dismissal for economic reasons.
They could recommend extension of the development plan or dismissal for cause.
Either Lameman was unjustly or improperly terminated and the chiefs are covering their actions in a blanket of silence, or there were some serious problems with Lameman's job performance that have led to his dismissal for cause.
In a decision handed down in late July, the arbitrator upheld the termination of employment but directed the retailer to reclassify the firing to a discretionary dismissal from a dismissal for cause.
Instead, he defended substantial grounds for dismissal for cause, so they paid him off and sent him away.
Among the arrangements approved by the five directors, who were on the board until June or July 2005, and that Hollinger seeks to review was their committing Hollinger to pay each of the five directors a termination bonus of $600,000 for ceasing to be a director for any reason, including voluntary retirement or dismissal for cause.
The arbitration panel ruled that Benson's dismissal for cause was justified "because of reckless conduct causing material damage to MGR&M, MG and MGAG.