willful misconduct

  

Definition

Conscious or intentional disregard of the rights or the safety of others; misconduct in which an individual is doing what he or she intends to do.

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  • The willful misconduct of the employee led to his termination as our company policy is zero tolerance on safety issues.

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  • The paramedic was fired for Willful Misconduct, following video footage depicting him turning off his radio to nap in the ambulance.

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  • Today was my first day as a secretary at my new job, everything was going fine until lunch when my boss said i would be riding with him to the restaurant on the way there he put his hand on my knee which i did not approve of now i'm thinking of suing him for willful misconduct.

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