(A)   When an employee’s conduct falls below agreed standards, he or she may be subject to disciplinary action.
   (B)   Reasons for which an employee may be disciplined include:
      (1)   Drinking of intoxicating beverages or use of illegal substances on the job or arriving on the job under the influence of intoxicating beverages or illegal substances;
      (2)   Violation of a lawful duty;
      (3)   Insubordination;
      (4)   Breach of discipline;
      (5)   Being absent from work without notifying the employer;
      (6)   Being habitually absent or tardy;
      (7)   Conviction of a felony or misdemeanor that may impair their effectiveness in city service;
      (8)   Using religious, political or fraternal influence in the conduct of city business;
      (9)   Accepting, for personal use, fees, gifts or items of monetary value, related to the performance of the employee’s official duties for the city;
      (10)   Refusing to perform the assigned job;
      (11)   Physical or verbal abuse; and
      (12)   Other misconduct: infractions include, but are not limited to, the above.
(Res. 2010-23, passed 11-4-2010)