§ 35.187  PROGRESSIVE DISCIPLINE.
   (A)   The village will employ the progressive discipline policy where warranted by the circumstances involved. However, the village may consider any offense to be serious enough to discharge an employee without utilizing progressive discipline.
   (B)   Examples of the types of behavior which may result in discipline include: insubordination; sleeping on duty, loafing, or delay in carrying out instructions; attendance offenses; discourtesy, gambling, fighting, or creating a disturbance; false statements; dishonesty; stealing; misuse of village property; unauthorized use or possession of alcohol, drugs, or a controlled substance; possession of an unauthorized weapon; failure to observe written regulations, orders, rules, or procedures; discrimination based on race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, political affiliation, disability, or marital status; sexual harassment; violation of employees constitutional rights; refusal to testify or obstruction of investigations; misappropriation; job actions; reprisal; or criminal, immoral, or indecent conduct (including off-duty conduct if nexus is established).
(Ord. 17-O-06, passed 3-7-2017)