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Conduct problems involve the breaking of a rule, regulation, policy or
direction. Although not completely avoidable, taking the time to care and
communicate with an employee can help in preventing conduct problems. Also,
take time to reward or correct an employee when needed. Discipline is meant
to correct an employee’s conduct while maintaining high productivity,
discipline, and morale among all employees. When discipline becomes
necessary, the goal is to impose the minimum remedy that can reasonably be
expected to meet this objective.