An Amendment to An Act to Correct Disciplinary Restrictions

An Amendment to An Act to Correct Disciplinary Restrictions

BE IT ENACTED BY THIS CONGRESS HERE ASSEMBLED THAT

Section 1: An Act to Reform The General Employment Rights shall be defined as: An Act to Reform the General Employment Rights

Section 2: Section VI of An Act to Reform the General Employment Rights states: “Freedom of Information Clause; Employees shall have the right to be made aware of any questions, concerns, or complaints brought forth about them, whether they be positive or negative. Employees shall have the right to know when and why they are being investigated, and subsequently, shall be afforded the opportunity to provide a defense in response to the allegations prior to action being taken-unless immediate action is necessary to prevent an imminent, unlawful threat to life, liberty, or state security, in which case action may be taken before a defense can be offered. In such a case, should the defense be sufficient, the action shall be reversed. Employees shall have the right to be directly advised of the issuing and reasoning of any disciplinary actions, including warnings, “strikes,” suspensions, demotions, terminations, or any action that affects their rapport taken against them.”

Section 3: Section VI of An Act to Reform General Employment Rights shall be amended to state: “Freedom of Information Clause; Employees shall have the right to know when they are being investigated, and subsequently, shall be afforded the opportunity to provide a defense in response to the outcome of the investigation prior to action being taken-unless immediate action is necessary to prevent an imminent, unlawful threat to life, liberty, or state security, in which case action may be taken before a defense can be offered. In such a case, should the defense be sufficient, the action shall be reversed. Employees shall have the right to be directly advised of the issuing and reasoning of any disciplinary actions, including warnings, “strikes,” suspensions, demotions, terminations, or any action that affects their rapport taken against them.”

Section 4: This amendment shall go into effect after following the Constitutional procedure required.

Section 5: Department Heads, the Governor, and the Courts shall enforce this act.

Chief Sponsor:
Senator Cenosity

Co-Sponsors:
DHS Secretary colorful_parrots