disciplinary dis‧ci‧pli‧na‧ry [ˈdɪsplɪnəri, ˌdɪsˈplɪ- ǁ ˈdɪsplneri] adjective
HUMAN RESOURCES concerned with how people in an organization or group should behave, and how they should be punished if they do not obey the rules:

• If a member of staff is continually late for work, a disciplinary code (= set of rules about behaviour and punishments ) should be available to give guidance to the supervisor about what steps to take.

• The investigation led to disciplinary action being taken against several officers.

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disciplinary UK US /ˌdɪsəˈplɪnəri/ US  /ˈdɪsəplɪneri/ adjective HR
relating to the methods used by companies for dealing with employees who break company rules or do not do their job properly: »

Disciplinary measures could damage her career.


the disciplinary board/committee/counsel


disciplinary investigations/meetings


a disciplinary memo/notice/letter

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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