Domestic Inquiry – Becoming The Domestic Inquiry Panel

RM1,000.00

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Introduction

What are the requirements needed for a Domestic Inquiry (DI) Panel? Most people are reluctant to be on a DI Panel because they know little about their role, the procedures and ‘how’ to decide in ‘what’ manner. The process and requirement though stipulated in the Malaysian Employment Labour Law and in Industrial Relations practices requires hands-on training and knowledge to ensure a proper Domestic Inquiry execution.

How Will You Benefit

This is a tailor-made programme to equip Management and the Middle Management team who are not from a HR background with ‘hands on’ skill and approach in addressing employment related issues at the workplace and become a competent person to handle any DI process and procedures. It is also the objective to have a pool of management personnel that have the ability and knowledge to conduct DI at any time.

Who Should Attend

Managers, supervisors, executives, team leaders, and others who need to equip themselves with interpersonal skills for managing people and departments and contribute to the effectiveness of the organization and individual.

Methodology

Industrial Court Awards and Superior Court Judgments shall form the basis of case studies. Presentation would be conducted in a lively and interactive manner by way of lectures, workshops, group discussions and sharing of experience.

Module

  • WHO SHOULD BE THE DI PANEL?
  • REQUIREMENT TO BECOME A PANEL
  • WHO SHOULD BE THE INVESTIGATING OFFICER (IO)?
  • WHO SHOULD BE THE PROSECUTOR?
  • EVALUATION OF THE CHARGE SHEET
  • DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURE
  • PRINCIPLE OF CONDONATION
  • DOMESTIC INQUIRY PROCEDURE
  • DECIDING THE CASE
  • GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY
  • CONTROLLING THE PROCESS AND THE SESSION
  • HOW TO SUMMARIZE THE FINDINGS

Fee: RM 1,000 per pax


Loyalty Points: 1000 Points


Duration: 2 Days


Note: In-house course is available. Request it HERE

Trainer

Syamsul Rijal bin Jamil

Biodata:
Syamsul holds an MBA from the e-University in Human Resource Management (HRM) and is an expert in Industrial Relations (IR) and Human Resource Management (HRM. Fitted-out with 18 practical years in the industry, Industrial and Labour Courts he has vast hands-on experience on matters pertaining to Policy and Handbook, Domestic Inquiries, Performance Management, Absenteeism, Managing Disciplinary Issues, Termination, Lay-offs and Retrenchment, Sexual Harassment, Probationers, Setting up Human Resource Management System (HRMS), Union Collective Agreement and many more. He has helped assist companies in domestic investigations and preparing all necessary documents for Domestic Inquiry including companies involved in Union-related collective bargaining and collective agreement.

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