New Jersey Courts Need Not Necessarily Consider Progressive Discipline

Dana Register was a corrections officer for the New Jersey Department of Corrections, and was assigned to the Mountainview Correctional Facility. On September 9, 2013, the DOC’s Special Investigations Division (SID) received an anonymous note, which stated: “SCO Register is messing with an inmate in the Full Minimum Unit. She is getting out of hand. She writes him letters and mails them from a P.O. Box in Easton,…

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Court Upholds Arbitrator’s Opinion In Sex Case

In 2009, a 24-year-old Alaska State Trooper (identified in the Court’s opinion only as “Trooper-Grievant” responded as backup to a domestic abuse call involving a victim identified only as “M.H.” The Grievant assisted in restraining M.H.’s husband, who was intoxicated and physically aggressive. When the primary trooper on the scene finished interviewing M.H., he asked the Grievant to go over a pamphlet on domestic violence and victim’s rights with…

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What is progressive discipline?

Someone submitted a question to us recently asking for a definition of progressive discipline. We decided to outsource this one to the Indiana University Human Resources Services (go Hoosiers), which has a good definition online. Got a labor or employment law-related question? Send it to us.

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