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If a board is using RONR, does censure apply to personnel?


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6 hours ago, .oOllXllOo. said:

Can a manager, who is a non-board member who is usually present at meetings, be censured?

Yes. A censure is simply a motion expressing the assembly’s disapproval. An assembly can censure anyone.

6 hours ago, .oOllXllOo. said:

Would that be the first step if a manager, for instance, made a unilateral decision on a piece of business that should have been a board decision?

I suppose the question is whether this is the “first step” in terminating the employee. So far as RONR is concerned, the board is free to terminate its employees using whatever steps it wishes, although I concur with Dr. Stackpole that applicable law and the employee’s contract (if any) should also be consulted in this manner.

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2 hours ago, Josh Martin said:

Yes. A censure is simply a motion expressing the assembly’s disapproval. An assembly can censure anyone.

I suppose the question is whether this is the “first step” in terminating the employee. So far as RONR is concerned, the board is free to terminate its employees using whatever steps it wishes, although I concur with Dr. Stackpole that applicable law and the employee’s contract (if any) should also be consulted in this manner.

Thank you, gentlemen.

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