For purposes of qualifying for temporary continuation of coverage (TCC), a flagrant and extreme transgression of law or established rule of action for which you are separated from service and for which a judicial or administrative finding of gross misconduct has been made.
Any wilful action or omission by an employee which might merit dismissal. A series of wilful actions or omissions which might merit discipline may be treated as one instance of gross misconduct. Discipline is inappropriate without wilfulness but certain non-wilful actions or omissions might justify the competence procedure.
A criminal act, other than a violation of a motor vehicle traffic law, for which an individual has been convicted in a criminal court or to which the individual has admitted guilt. It also includes conduct that demonstrates a flagrant and wanton disregard of the rights, title or interest of a fellow employee or the employer. The penalty for gross misconduct is more severe than misconduct.
A breach of work rules or behavioral standards that is so substantial as to warrant immediate discharge.
An act committed by any personnel likely to lead to Summary Dismissal. Examples may be
are acts which are so serious as to justify possible dismissal, such as theft or fraud; physical violence or bullying; deliberately accessing internet sites containing pornographic, offensive or obscene material; serious insubordination; serious incapability at work brought on by alcohol or illegal drugs; a serious breach of health and safety rules; or a serious breach of confidence
Gross misconduct should ideally be defined in the employment contract and, where committed should allow the employer to dismiss without notice or prior warnings ("Summary" or "Instant" dismissal). Such conduct will normally include theft, violence, falsification of records and other serious matters. The list should be stated as being non-exhaustive to allow the employer discretion.
Gross Misconduct is the third album from crossover thrash metal band, M.O.D.. It was released in 1989 on Megaforce Records and Noise International and follows 1988's Surfin' M.O.D. It was three years until the band released another record, with Rhythm of Fear in 1992.