Insubordination – Three Must Know Things to Prove It

  1. The supervisor gave directive, made a direct request or order
  2. The employee received and understood the directions
  3. The employee refused to comply through action or noncompliance

Remember to work with Elayne and our OHR Employee/Labor Relations Consultant when the question of insubordination comes up.

HR Magazine, “Do Insubordinate Employees Deserve a Second Chance?”, by Allen Smith, JD, February 2016


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