Code No. 404.4
WORK RULES – TERMINATION USING STANDARD 8
All employees are required to fully cooperate with any member of the Administration who is conducting a work-related investigation. Employees will be disciplined for lying to any member of the Administration or for providing information to any member of the Administration which is dishonest, misleading, inaccurate, or incomplete.
Employees will also be disciplined for impeding, obstructing, or failing to cooperate with an inquiry or investigation conducted by any member of the Administration. “Obstructing” includes, but is not limited to, threatening, intimidating, or coercing other individuals who may be contact by Administration, and discouraging other individuals who may be contacted by the Administration from responding to or cooperating with the Administration. “Failing to cooperate” includes, but is not limited to, failing to provide information, documents, or materials requested by the Administration, and providing information, documents, or materials to the Administration which are dishonest, misleading, inaccurate, or incomplete.
Disciplinary action for a violation of this work rule includes, but is not limited to, written warning, suspension without pay, and termination of employment.
Reviewed: 3/25/2009, 01/23/2014