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Beth, managing editor of the City News, has a lenient policy concerning employee tardiness. She would prefer that employees be to work by 9a.m., but does not usually enforce this policy. One week, Don, who has spent the previous month in an alcohol-abuse rehabilitation program, was late three days in a row. Given his appearance, it was obvious that he had been drinking. Can Beth suspend him without pay for two weeks?
She can if she follows the procedures that are outlined in the employee contract or handbook. For example, if it says that a warning will be given before suspension is enforced for breaking employee rules, then she has to give the warning first. If it says that no warning has to be given then she can suspend ...
This solution discusses employee behavior.