Wrong conduct; bad behavior; mismanagement.
Unlawful or unethical conduct by a person holding a public office or having a position of responsibility in the administration of justice; malfeasance; as, discussing the case out of court during a trial is misconduct by a juror;
To conduct amiss; to mismanage.
To behave amiss.
Is conduct evincing a willful or wanton disregard of employer's interests as is found in deliberate violations or disregards of behavior that the employer has the right to expect of an employee.
Any wilful action or omission by an employee which might merit discipline.
Improper conduct or behavior undertaken with the knowledge that it violates a standard or willful disregard for that possibility, the intention to harm another, or for the purpose of personal profit, advantage, or gain.
disgraceful or improper conduct in an official capacity; or disgraceful or improper conduct in a private capacity that reflects seriously and adversely on the public service. ( Public Service Act 1996)
Misconduct refers to improper or wilful misbehaviour of an individual. This generally refers to business practice, when an individual deliberately behaves in an improper manner towards their colleagues or to the detriment of their position.
behave badly; "The children misbehaved all morning"
manage badly or incompetently; "The funds were mismanaged"
Deliberate or careless disregard of your employer's or another employee's rights or interests. If it is shown that you were discharged for misconduct, it will disqualify you from receiving unemployment insurance benefits.
Misconduct for the purpose of dismissal without notice or compensation in lieu of notice comprises any conduct by an employee of a type that would make it unreasonable to require the employer to continue the employment during the notice period. The Industrial Relations Act 1999 includes theft, assault and fraud as misconduct that would satisfy this requirement. No other types of misconduct are currently prescribed under a regulation, however, industrial tribunals may uphold that an employeeâ€™s specific conduct and/or consequences of their actions were sufficiently serious to justify at common law the employerâ€™s decision to summarily terminate the employee without notice or compensation in lieu of notice.
Conduct that is disgraceful improper or unbecoming or that shows unfitness or does not meet the standard reasonably expected.â€¢ Complaints about Police
Improper conduct undertaken (1) with the knowledge the conduct violates a standard or willful disregard for that possibility; (2) with the intention to harm another; or (3) for the purpose of personal profit, advantage, or gain.
Misconduct occurs when a student does not follow the bylaws or rules set down by the University. A student may be punished for misconduct or breach of discipline by suspension from classes, payment of fines, or exclusion from the University.
is any breach of the student conduct rules set out in The Open Polytechnic of New Zealand Student Conduct Statute. The Student Conduct Statute covers a wide variety of student conduct including dishonest or improper practice relating to examinations and assessments.
Occurs when a player conducts herself in a rough, dangerous or unsportsmanlike manner, persistently causes infringement of the rules, or deliberately endangers the safety of opposing players.
Misconduct is any action or actions by the employee that would make it unreasonable to require the employer to continue the employment during the notice period. The Industrial Relations Act 1999 defines misconduct as including certain actions. These are: theft; and assault; and fraud; and other misconduct prescribed under a regulation.
An offense that is a serious breach of the spirit of the game and results in either a caution or an ejection
Misconduct is defined as a serious deviation from accepted practice in carrying out research or in reporting the results of research deviation, such as fabrication, falsification or plagiarism. It also includes incidents involving a material failure to comply with Federal requirements affecting specific aspects of the conduct of research, e.g. the protection of human subjects and the welfare of laboratory animals.
A misconduct is a legal term meaning a wrongful, improper, or unlawful conduct motivated by premeditated or intentional purpose or by obstinate indifference to the consequences of one's acts.
Misconduct in football (soccer) is any conduct by a player which is deemed by the referee to warrant a disciplinary sanction (caution or send-off) in accordance with Law 12 the Laws of the Game. Misconduct may occur at any time, including when the ball is out of play, during half-time and before and after the game. Further, both players and substitutes may be sanctioned for misconduct.