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Incapacity: ill health usually involves fault on the part of the employee.CorrectIncorrect
Incapacity should be dealt with by means of counselling .CorrectIncorrect
The principal should handle cases of apparent ill health from the start.CorrectIncorrect
Termination should be considered as a first option in cases ill health.CorrectIncorrect
Once the convenor of an inquiry has arrived at a finding, that is the final step in the process.CorrectIncorrect
The SGB needs to appoint a committee to take over the process dealing with any employee once termination is considered as an option in cases of ill health incapacity.CorrectIncorrect
If the ill health is the result of alcoholism or drug abuse, the employee must be dismissed.CorrectIncorrect
School-employed staff may appeal to the MEC for Education if they are dismissed for ill health.CorrectIncorrect
The SGB has no role to play in cases of alleged ill health incapacity on the part of state-employed staff.CorrectIncorrect
Where an employee is called to a meeting to deal with ill health incapacity, that employee may request to have a fellow employee or trade union representative with him/her.CorrectIncorrect