Problems on the Job: Prevention and Resolution
At InGen, we have one basic rule: Play nice, or else. Problems on the job don't only affect you, but your co-workers as well. InGen seeks to avoid problems by laying out the rules in a clear-cut manner. Failure to abide by these rules will result in suspension and possible dismissal, based upon the findings of an ad hoc committee consisting of (but not limited to) your immediate superior, his/her immediate superior and a representative from Security.
Causes justifying suspension
- Unauthorized absences.
- Habitual lateness.
- Petty jealousy.
- Recurring lack of fashion sense.
- Unsightly facial hair.
- Safety violations.
- Careless workmanship resulting in spoilage, waste, or delay.
- Antisocial behavior, including excessive drama or overabundant angst.
- Unauthorized use of institutional property.
- Gambling on institutional property.
- Creating or contributing to unsanitary conditions.
- Horseplay or scuffling.
- Sleeping during working hours.
- "Loafing on the job."
Causes justifying discharge
- All those listed above as cause for suspension if they become recurring offenses.
- Unauthorized possession of access codes or restricted information.
- Recurring bitterness.
- Inappropriate disclosure of pertinent information, whether classified or not.
- Inability to perform satisfactorily assigned duties as a result of drinking alcoholic beverages.
- Immoral or indecent conduct that violates common decency or morality.
- Conviction of an offense involving moral turpitude.
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