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Passive Employees and Failure to Assist in an Investigation: The Principles of Derivative Justification
Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences
Derivative misconduct (also referred to as residual misconduct) refers to as a situation where an employee possesses information that would enable an employer to identify wrongdoers. When the employee fails to come forward when asked to do so, they violate the trust upon which the employment relationship is founded and may justify dismissal. Substantive fairness has to do with the reason of the dismissal. The underlying principle of substantive fairness is that the sanction meted out to thedoi:10.5901/mjss.2014.v5n7p92 fatcat:x2nrf2wljbayjgyhdi2o7hrs6a