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POL 5.055 Discipline

All employees are expected to maintain high standards of job performance and good conduct. When any employee fails to do so, disciplinary action will be taken. Employees may be disciplined for poor job performance and/or conduct, which includes but is not limited to the following:

  1. Repeated instances of tardiness or other unauthorized absence
  2. Unsatisfactory work quality and/or quantity as documented and shared with the employee
  3. Failure to meet job dimension performance standards, as documented and shared with the employee
  4. Failure to meet Kirtland standards of conduct (POL 5.005 – Employee Code of Conduct)
  5. Failure to follow college policies and procedures (POL 5.100 – Compliance with College Policies)
  6. Gross misconduct (including but not limited to theft, fighting, sabotage, falsification of documents, harassment, divulgence of confidential information, or any other just cause)
  7. Insubordination, generally defined as knowingly and willfully disregarding a lawful directive of a college official
  8. Conviction of any felony or misdemeanor if it adversely affects college operations as determined by the college

Approved April 13, 1995
Revised January 19, 2005

To view the procedure, go to PRO 5.055 Discipline