Apr 3, 2014

Disciplinary Procedures

21-22 April 2014 at MEF Petaling Jaya
Objectives

This programme is designed to familiarise participants on the procedures that need to be followed in enforcing discipline in the place of employment. The course will include lectures, case studies and mock domestic inquiries. Participants upon completion of this course would be able to draft charges, prosecute at domestic inquiries or conduct a domestic inquiry.

Topics Covered

• Principles of natural justice

• Duties and obligations of an employer/worker

• Misconduct

• Condonation

• Due Inquiry

• Breach of contract

• Handling workers with excessive leave, absenteeism, malingering

• Dealing with poor performance

• Termination on breach of contract under section 15(2) EA 1955

• Case studies & mock domestic inquiry

• Domestic inquiry procedures

- Preliminary investigations

- Role and functions of prosecuting officers/investigating officers

- Selection of inquiry panel

- Role of inquiry officer

- Examination-in-chief

- Cross examination

- Re-examination

- Evidence Act

- Findings and Decision

- Punishment

- Industrial Court guidelines

Who Should Attend

All those involved in handling personnel and industrial relations functions.

Course Fees

RM750 per participant, inclusive of seminar materials, refreshments and lunch. Less RM150 for MEF members.

Trainer
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

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