Disciplinary law monitors ethical and correct action
As a government, you have an interest in the correct application of disciplinary law within the framework of your personnel policy. Each professional group ensures that its members strictly comply with the ethical requirements.
Disciplinary claims examine whether you overstep certain ethical or code of conduct rules. And whether you are to blame for this yourself, whether through omission or failure. They check to see if you are performing your profession according to the rules and if you are complying with your obligations.
Who is subject to disciplinary law?
Disciplinary law does not apply to everyone. Only specific professions are subject to this, such as:
- civil servants
- police officers
- company auditors
- doctors and medical care professions
The sanctions are not mild and the consequences can be drastic. From a moral rejection to a blame, a warning or a reprimand to more severe punishments such as suspension, demotion or even dismissal with loss of pension rights.
Unique knowledge of disciplinary law
The rules and jurisprudence on disciplinary law are not always unambiguous. Often, emotions run high and stand in the way of reason. In that case, it is important to have someone with knowledge and experience at your side. Someone who keeps a cool head and keeps an eye on procedural time limits and statutes of limitations.
Crowe Spark Legal assists both the government and the accused. With our unique experience in disciplinary statutes we will help you further with tailored solutions.
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