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Industrial Misconducts - Actions & Remedies for Major & Minor Misconducts

Date & Venue to be confirmed

Who Will Benefit

HR, Admin, Departmental Heads & Executives who handles human resource management and HR issues.

Key Topics  

  • Meaning & Definition of Misconduct

  • Differentiating Minor/Major Misconducts

  • Dealing with Minor Misconducts - 

    • Actions & Remedies

  • Dealing with Major Misconducts -  

    • The need for Domestic Inquiry

    • The consequences of not holding an Inquiry

  • Aspects of Misconducts & Industrial Court Awards

    • A single act of Misconduct

    • Similar acts of Misconduct

    • Past Misconducts

    • Criminal Misconducts

    • Provocation of Misconducts

    • Condonation of Misconducts

  • Case Laws on Misconducts 

    • Insubordination

    • Disobedience

    • Lateness/Absenteeism

    • Threat/Intimidation

    • Assault/Fighting

    • Gambling/Intoxication

    • Theft/Dishonesty

    • Cheating/Misappropriation

    • Fraud/Misrepresentation

    • Breach of Duty of Fidelity

    • Breach of Duty of Care

  •  Punishments

    • The Appropriate Punishment

    • The Principles of Substantial Justice

  • Misconducts relating to Duty

  • Misconducts relating to Discipline

  • Misconducts relating to Morality

Course Objectives

  • Be able to differentiate the difference between major & minor misconducts.

  • How to deal with major & minor misconducts with actions and remedies.

  • Define appropriate punishment for different kinds of misconducts.0

  • Avoid unnecessary and costly litigation at the Labour Court and Industrial Court.

Methodology

Stimulating Lecture, Analytical Learning through Case Study & Exercises, Workshop Sessions.

Course Leader

Mr Francis Arul has over 20 years of experience as a Trainer and Consultant in the field of HRM and Industrial Relations.  He has presented various papers for both national and international forums on HRM and Industrial Relations, which include countries like Japan, India, Iran and Indonesia.

(Pls contact us for detailed Course Leader profile for HRDF application) 

Course Fees

Early Bird (                   )

One Participant - RM900.00 per person

2 Participants & Abv   - RM850.00 per person  

Normal Course Fees

One Participant - RM1100.00 per person

2 Participants & Abv   - RM1050.00 per person  

HRDF - SBL Application

100% reimbursement 

Registration

All registration must be accompanied with payment.

All cheques should be crossed “A/C Payee” made payable to

CX MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT

(Fees are inclusive of tea breaks, lunch, course materials and Certificate of Attendance)

I/We wish to register for the workshop 

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