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July 16, 2014

Disciplining employees for off-duty misconduct


Disciplining employees for off-duty misconduct
Source: Harris Beach NYMUNIBLOG

The NYCOM Municipal Bulletin. has published an article by Harris Beach attorney Edward A. Trevvett entitled Disciplining Employees for Off-Duty Misconduct: Maintaining Order While Avoiding the Pitfalls in its spring 2014 issue.

The article, posted on the Internet at http://www.harrisbeach.com/files/2014/Employee%20Discipline%20Article.pdf, cites relevant court decisions and discusses a number of factors employers should consider when thinking about disciplining an employee for off-duty job-related misconduct.
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