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In What circumstances an employee should be terminated?

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The termination of an employee for acts which indicate an unacceptable level of performance or adversely affect departmental operations.  Such acts include, but are not limited to: failure or inability to perform assigned tasks; failure to achieve the required level of sign proficiency; sub-standard quality or quantity of work; poor attitude toward or lack of interest in work; lack of cooperation, cause damage to or destruction of property, constitute a crime, use or under the influence of illegal drugs during work hours, abuse of or under the influence of alcohol during work hours, inexcusable neglect of duty; unruly physical or verbal resistance to or willful disobedience of authority or work direction; unauthorized dissemination of confidential information.

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