Gross misconduct

Gross misconduct,

Definition of Gross misconduct:

  1. Indiscipline so serious (such as stealing, or work place violence) that it justifies the instant dismissal of an employee, even on the first occurrence.

  2. Unacceptable or improper behaviour of a very serious kind, especially by an employee or professional person.

How to use Gross misconduct in a sentence?

  1. You need to make sure that you are never called out for gross misconduct or your reputation may be permanently damaged.
  2. You can sack someone on the spot for gross misconduct.
  3. He had to change his position because of his gross misconduct in the role he was in at the moment.
  4. This company expects good behavior by its employees and will summarily dismiss those who engage in gross misconduct evidenced by criminal charges of a felony nature.

Meaning of Gross misconduct & Gross misconduct Definition