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To be found guilty of misconduct the employee must have committed the act intentionally or negligently.CorrectIncorrect
It is correct to say that the receptionist who continued chatting to her friends cannot be found guilty of misconduct for failing to answer the telephone that has been ringing for some time because her action did not cause loss or harm.CorrectIncorrect
It was correct to find the supervisor of the maintenance team who failed to put up barrier tape when a dangerous machine was being operated during break resulting in a young learner’s death guilty of gross misconduct and dismissal was the correct sanction.CorrectIncorrect
A written warning must be kept in the employee’s file for the time specified in the sanction and thereafter destroyed.CorrectIncorrect
The SGB is entitled to apply the school’s Discipline Policy for Employees to everyone who works at the school.CorrectIncorrect
The principal was correct when he/she disciplined a staff member for belonging to a labour union in contravention of his/her employment contract.CorrectIncorrect
A school must exercise discipline consistently. That means the principal must sanction everyone found guilty of committing the same offence in exactly the same manner.CorrectIncorrect
A principal is entitled to issue a final written warning to state employees.CorrectIncorrect
The school may conduct a disciplinary hearing of a school-paid employee and impose dismissal as a sanction if the employment relationship has broken down because of the seriousness of the offence.CorrectIncorrect
The school must prove beyond reasonable doubt that the employee committed the offence with which he/she has been charged.CorrectIncorrect