Absenteeism – Without leave or other lawful cause, an employee absents himself from the place appointed for the performance of his work.

Intoxication – During working hours, by becoming or being intoxicated, an employee renders himself unwilling or incapable to perform his work.

Dereliction – An employee willfully neglects to perform any work which it was his duty to perform, or if he carelessly and improperly performs any work which from its nature it was his duty, under his contract, to have performed carefully and properly.

Disorderly Conduct – An employee uses abusive or insulting language, or behaves in a   manner insulting, to his employer or to a person placed in authority over him by his employer.

Insubordination – An employee knowingly fails, or refuses, to obey a lawful and proper command which it was within the scope of his duty to obey, issued by his employer or a person placed in authority over him by his employer.

Commits a criminal offence – where an employee commits, or on reasonable and sufficient grounds is suspected of having committed a criminal offence against or to the substantial detriment of his employer or his employer’s property.



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