Effective Date: June 11, 2014
Expiration Date: June 11, 2024
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6.1.1 Circumstances associated with domestic violence can provide cause for disciplinary actions. Supervisors will contact their servicing HR organization for advice and guidance before taking any formal disciplinary action. Such actions will be effected in accordance with the appropriate provisions of law (primarily 5 U.S.C. Chapter 75); and with applicable Center policies and procedures.
6.1.2 Supervisors should consider disciplinary action, up to, and including, removal for employees whose conduct adversely affects the workplace. This may include conduct that occurs outside the workplace, when a sufficient relationship (nexus) can be shown between the conduct and the employee's ability to perform their duties (or other legitimate government interest).
6.1.3 As with all disciplinary actions, supervisors contemplating discipline related to domestic violence will consider applicable penalty factors to determine the appropriate corrective action. This includes aggravating and mitigating factors that may be applicable to the circumstances of the case. For example, a disciplinary action resulting from an employee's excessive absences may consider the impact of domestic violence, if relevant, in determining the penalty.
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