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Handling Misconduct, Disciplinary Procedure & Actions; Necessary Prior to Termination of Employees (KCH)

Dates
10 Dec 2018 - 11 Dec 2018

Tired of dealing with people related challenges in your company?

Misconduct is a wrongful act with intention on the part of the employee. It relates to conduct which is inconsistent with the discharge of the employee’s duties and includes error and omission. Misconduct, when reported, remains an allegation until proven. The Company has to prove the misconduct on a balance of probabilities.

It is therefore imperative that disciplinary action is properly carried out to ensure that action (s) taken including termination do not lead to costly legal costs, challenge on time and resources of not only the employer but also the employee and Union.

Objectives

  • Understand what is misconduct, types of misconduct and the impact of condonation.
  • Learn importance of having a comprehensive set of rules and procedures in handling misconduct.
  • Learn how to terminate poor performing employees and probationers.
  • Understand other forms of terminations – retrenchment, downsizing, redundancy, relocation.
  • Understand what is a Domestic Inquiry (D.I), how to conduct it and importance of proper conduct of D.I.
  • Learn how poorly handled termination lead to financial loss, dented image of organization and impact industrial relations in the Company.

This program will help employers to get it right!

 

 
Supported by
Ministry of Human Resource, Malaysia Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad Malaysian Institute of Jabatan Pembangunan Kemahiran (DSD) Institut Bank-bank Malaysia MAPS
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