Lecture 10 - Professional Misconduct Disciplinary Action...

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Unformatted text preview: Professional Misconduct Disciplinary Action UPDATE : PEO is currently making changes to its complaints and discipline processes [36] fee complaints handled by Fees Mediation Committee complainants seeking financial compensation must file a lawsuit in the civil courts 3-stage process for addressing complaints Stage 1: Investigation and evidence gathering Stage 2: Formal consideration by Complaints Committee Stage 3: Discipline hearing if deemed necessary Disciplinary Process involve Complaints Committee (CC) CC made up of volunteer PEO license holders some members of PEO Council CC must investigate and consider complaints these stages may take 2 months to 1 year (based on complaint, complexity of work involved, need for 3 rd party input) Stages 1 and 2 if complaint reaches Stage 3 formal hearing before Discipline Committee (DC) DC made up of: volunteer PEO license holders members of PEO Council CC and DC comprised of different members may take 6 months 1 year to hold discipline hearing Stage 3 Stage 1:...
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course ENGINEERIN Eng 4A03 taught by Professor Prescott during the Winter '08 term at McMaster University.

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Lecture 10 - Professional Misconduct Disciplinary Action...

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