disciplinary hearing

disciplinary hearing
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disciplinary hearing UK US noun [C] HR
a formal meeting to decide how to deal with a worker who has not obeyed company rules or has caused serious problems: »

Three executives were dismissed after a disciplinary hearing found they had mismanaged corporate funds.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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