A STERN warning has been issued to all civil servants to comply with their employment conditions or face the consequences.
The Public Service Commission, since the month of June, has 85 disciplinary cases, 12 of which were dealt with by the tribunal and commission.
PSC chairman Josefa Serulagilagi said 46 were awaiting submissions from respective ministries and departments and 27 cases were before the courts.
Since the beginning of the year, eight civil servants were found to have been in breach of the Public Service Code of Conduct and Public Service Commission (PSC) values.
Mr Serulagilagi said the government wanted to employ people with the right calibre and it expected civil servants to deliver to the best of their abilities.
The commission said the cases involved bribery, misappropriation of funds, assault, unprofessional behaviour, insubordination and implementing decisions without proper authorisation.
"We want to help officers to work according to the rules of their job," he said. "They need to deliver effectively and efficiently and anyone found not complying with this will be taken to task."
Mr Serulagilagi said disciplinary action could result in termination, transfer from a ministry or department, demotion, fine and forfeiture of all or part of remuneration during suspension.