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The purpose of performance management is to help the employee be successful and to draw boundaries for appropriate behavior on the job. At times, there are problems that need to be addressed.
Non-disciplinary actions are the first place to start when managing a performance problem.
If the non-disciplinary action does not achieve the desired results, there is a formal process which you must go through to discipline an employee. Employees must be given due process as outlined in their contract or governing document. All disciplinary action must be based on just cause.
A disciplinary action may advance to a grievance. Grievance procedures vary by employee group and should be addressed according to the procedures in their governing document.