Managing Misconduct and Appropriate Punishment In The Workplace

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How Will You Benefit

Upon completion of this programme, the participants will be able to :

  • Understand the concept of discipline and why it’s important in the workplace
  • Appreciate the key benefits of a disciplined workforce
  • Understand the concept of misconduct in industrial employment before imposing lawful punishment
  • Recognize the rights of employers and employees when handling issues of misconduct
  • Appreciate the distinction between minor and major misconduct
  • Know the different between lawful and unlawful punishments
  • Learn the factors to consider when imposing punishments i.e. ‘Principles of Substantial Justice’
  • Aware of the legal remedies available to the affected parties
  • Understand the rulings of the Industrial Court judgments and guidelines on discipline and misconducts / punishment

Who Should Attend

  • This program is suitable for Human Resource Department, Admin, Finance, Departmental Heads / Executives, Line Managers and Supervisors
  • Level : Supervisor and above

Methodology

This stimulating program will maximize the understanding and learning through lectures, case studies, Workshop Sessions and Role-Play

Module

  • WHAT IS DISCIPLINE?
  • PROGRESSIVE DISCIPLINE
  • COMMON LAW AND THE RELEVANT LAWS
  • DEFINITION OF MISCONDUCT
  • MANAGING MINOR MISCONDUCTS
  • MANAGING MAJOR MISCONDUCTS
  • TYPES OF APPROPRIATE PUNISHMENTS
  • HOW TO CHOOSE APPROPRIATE PUNISHMENT

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 Managing-Misconduct-and-Appropriate-Punishment-In-The-Workplace-hrdf-trainings

How Will You Benefit

Upon completion of this programme, the participants will be able to :

  • Understand the concept of discipline and why it’s important in the workplace
  • Appreciate the key benefits of a disciplined workforce
  • Understand the concept of misconduct in industrial employment before imposing lawful punishment
  • Recognize the rights of employers and employees when handling issues of misconduct
  • Appreciate the distinction between minor and major misconduct
  • Know the different between lawful and unlawful punishments
  • Learn the factors to consider when imposing punishments i.e. ‘Principles of Substantial Justice’
  • Aware of the legal remedies available to the affected parties
  • Understand the rulings of the Industrial Court judgments and guidelines on discipline and misconducts / punishment

Who Should Attend

  • This program is suitable for Human Resource Department, Admin, Finance, Departmental Heads / Executives, Line Managers and Supervisors
  • Level : Supervisor and above

Methodology

This stimulating program will maximize the understanding and learning through lectures, case studies, Workshop Sessions and Role-Play

Module

  • WHAT IS DISCIPLINE?
  • PROGRESSIVE DISCIPLINE
  • COMMON LAW AND THE RELEVANT LAWS
  • DEFINITION OF MISCONDUCT
  • MANAGING MINOR MISCONDUCTS
  • MANAGING MAJOR MISCONDUCTS
  • TYPES OF APPROPRIATE PUNISHMENTS
  • HOW TO CHOOSE APPROPRIATE PUNISHMENT

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Francis Hirudayaraj A/L S. Arul
Biodata: Francis Arul is a commanding presence in the field of human resource development, specialising in industrial relations, management and supervisory-level programs. He has more than 20 years of experience as a trainer and consultant. He also sits on the panel of various companies as their consultant and provides advisory services on all aspects of human resource management and industrial relations. His expertise and service has been recognized with the “Training Resource Person of the Year" award by MIM for consistent excellent evaluation for training programs conducted. He has also presented papers at national and international forums on human resource management and industrial relations in Japan, India, Iran and Indonesia

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