Discipline, Suspension and Termination
The previous model we discussed bad hiring decisions. Turnover is costly as to time and resources. Corrective action can be a viable option in order to turn a situation around. Often organizations will seek punitive action vs. corrective action.
For this thread please complete the following:
1.Please review the Whitlock article in the course materials. Locate a credible scholarly or professional article that will refute or substantiate the concepts in the Whitlock article. Please provide a critique comparing these articles. Please cite your sources accordingly. AND
2.Please provide an example of either punitive discipline or that of positive corrective action to be used for further discussion.
It is important to cite your sources that you use, reference, quote, or paraphrase. Please include a Reference or Work Cited section containing the full properly formatted citation.
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