Abuse or incorrect use of authority::When a superior takes advantage of his or her command for personal benefit or when treating a person in an improper, incorrect, inappropriate, illicit or illegal manner.
Behavior against public morality or inappropriate behavior::Intentionally behaving in an wrongful way; specifically: deliberate infringement of a law or policies.
Improper recruitment or remuneration::Recruit, remunerate or compensate employees in any manner other than the authorized manner; recruit employees with criminal backgrounds, for cronyism and because of inappropriate behavior.
Discredit::Intentionally harming another person’s reputation.
Discrimination or harassment::Inappropriate verbal or physical conduct therefore generating disturbances on an employee due to his or her sex, religion, ethnic background or beliefs (The examples can be given upon recruitment, assignments, layoffs, promotions, performances, proficiencies, language and treatment towards a person).
Extortion::Consists in forcing a person to perform any act against his or her will or against the company’s policies through intimidation, violence and threats.
Other issues that affect human resources::Other issues or contains more than one classification that affect human resources.
Sabotage or vandalism::Destruction of the company or employee’s property (such as tools or equipment) or production blockage from discontent personnel. (Examples: destruction of equipment, robbery, delays, computer viruses, etc.)
Policy violation::Deliberate or unintended actions that go on direct infringement of the policies, procedures, codes of conduct or implicit contractual responsibilities of the company. (Examples include: security, Internet use, corporate guidelines)
Violence::Recurring to violence is the act or intention of causing an injury or to harm a person or his/her property (Amongst the examples, we find that these acts occur in direct, undercover, conditional and violent ways).