Department: Human Resources
Subject: Corrective Action
Date Issued: September 1, 2005
The corrective action policy has been developed to establish a consistent and systematic means of addressing employee behavior that does not meet the expectations of the College.
This policy applies to all college personnel except faculty.
Corrective action will be determined by the College in light of the facts and circumstances of each case. Corrective action measures may include oral or written warnings, probation, suspension with or without pay or termination of employment. Each case will be considered in light of a variety of factors including, but not limited to:
The employee's immediate supervisor is responsible for initiating the corrective action process. The employee's supervisor will meet with their supervisor and the Director of Human Resources to discuss all of the factors concerning the employee's behavior and appropriate documentation. Based on this review, a recommendation will be made to the employee's Vice President as to what form of corrective action should be taken. In the event that termination of employment is recommended, a final review and approval will be made by the President of the College.
The following are examples of misconduct that could result in corrective action, up to and/or including termination of employment:
All discussions and related documentation of corrective action will be kept in strict confidence and shared only with appropriate individuals. Final documentation will become part of the employees personnel file in the Office of Human Resources.