Gross Misconduct

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Gross Misconduct - (adjective + noun)


This refers to serious indiscipline (for example violence or theft). It can justify the immediate dismissal of an employee.


Source: Adapted from BusinessDictionary
Example of Use: When management saw the CCTV footage of him throwing the computer out of the window, he was immediately fired for gross misconduct.