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Carl Smith and Renee Porada Frazier of Weber Gallagher Simspon Stapleton Fires & Newby Carl Smith and Renee Porada Frazier of Weber Gallagher Simspon Stapleton Fires & Newby

Employers are faced with many challenges in the day-to-day struggle to keep their businesses viable, particularly in these uncertain times. One challenge that employers have always faced is how to address employee misconduct. Employers must weigh many factors in determining the appropriate corrective action to take in response to employee misconduct including the impact of such misconduct, and corrective action, on co-workers and customers. Will taking corrective action deter other employees from engaging in the same behavior? Will it improve or depress employee morale? How will customers respond? Does the misconduct rise to a level requiring termination of employment?

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