(1) In this Part:
disciplinary action, in relation to an officer, means any one or more of the following:(a) dismissal from the Public Service,(b) directing the officer to resign, or to be allowed to resign, from the Public Service within a specified time,(c) if the officer is on probation—annulment of the officer’s appointment,(d) except in the case of a senior executive officer—reduction of the officer’s salary or demotion to a lower position in the Public Service,(e) the imposition of a fine,(f) a caution or reprimand.
misconduct—see section 43.
procedural guidelines means the guidelines in force from time to time under section 44.
remedial action, in relation to an officer, means any one or more of the following:(a) counselling,(b) training and development,(c) monitoring the officer’s conduct or performance,(d) implementing a performance improvement plan,(e) the issuing of a warning to the officer that certain conduct is unacceptable or that the officer’s performance is not satisfactory,(f) transferring the officer to another position in the Public Service that does not involve a reduction of salary or demotion to a lower position,(g) any other action of a similar nature.(2) In this Part, a reference to an allegation that an officer may have engaged in misconduct includes a reference to the appropriate Department Head being made aware, or becoming aware, by any means that the officer may have engaged in misconduct.