Apr 22, 2014

“Criminal” Misconduct In Employment


20 May 2014 

MEF Phileo Damansara 2, Petaling Jaya 

HRDF Claimable/SBL Scheme 

“Criminal” misconduct may take several forms namely theft, sexual harassment, committing violence or fraud at the workplace. Employers need to deals specifically with each criminal misconduct and the laws that govern it from the legal and industrial point of view.

Topics Covered 

The course will deal with the general concept of misconduct particularly “criminal” misconduct.

• Meaning and concept of misconduct
• Types of misconduct
• Sources of misconduct
• Meaning and concept of Criminal misconduct
• “Burden of proof” for criminal misconduct
• Inquiry process for ‘Criminal’ misconduct
• Dishonesty and cheating at the workplace
• Theft at the workplace
• Violence at the workplace
• Sexual harassment at the workplace
• Punishment for ‘criminal’ misconduct

Who Should Attend 

All those involved in handling personnel and industrial relations functions


M. Vivekanandan is a Special Function Adviser with Malaysian Employers Federation. He has extensive experience representing employers in Industrial and Labour Court for the past 15 years. Prior to his attachment to the Malaysian Employers Federation, he had served the Department of Labour, the Department of Industrial Relations (H.Q) holding various positions. He was involved in the administration and enforcement of labour laws for 25 years.

Course Fee

• RM500 (member)
• RM550 (non-member)

For more information and registration form: CLICK HERE

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