Domestic Enquiry

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What Will Idd Learn?

  • Make REAL web applications using cutting-edge technologies
  • Create a blog application from scratch using Express, MongoDB, and Semantic UI
  • Write your own browser-based game
  • Continue to learn and grow as a developer, long after the course ends
  • Create a complicated yelp-like application from scratch
  • Create static HTML and CSS portfolio sites and landing pages

Objectives

  • Understand the importance of having a proper set of rules and regulations
  • Understand the importance of having a proper contract of service to avoid problems in termination
  • Identify the important major and minor misconduct categories
  • Understand how a minor misconduct can become a major one
  • Handle termination and non-confirmation of probationers
  • Handle termination due to poor performance of permanent employees
  • Handle termination due to retrenchment, lay-off, downsizing, relocation etc.
  • Handle termination due to misconduct and indiscipline
  • Conduct a proper Domestic Inquiry
  • Draft the various letters on ‘suspension’, ‘charge sheet’, ‘warning’ & ‘dismissal’
  • Know the critical difference between ‘dismissal’ and ‘constructive dismissal’ so as to avoid ‘constructive dismissal’
  • Avoid the costly mistakes made by others in poorly handled cases of termination that ended up in the Industrial Courts
  • Know the relevant laws relating to handling of misconduct, conducting a Domestic Inquiry and termination of employment

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

CEO, HR Manager, HR Executive, HR Assistant, Personal Assistant, Secretary, Line Managers/Executives, Supervisors, Other Non-HR Managers and Executives.

Description

Some people seem to be able to say the right thing no matter what the situation. Their ability to navigate through tense discussions opens doors in the business world that may have otherwise closed. During this training program, participants will learn the secrets of communication pros, including building personal credibility, delivering positive and negative feedback, improving listening skills, rephrasing for better relationships, dealing with difficult people, handling negative situations, and more.

Skills exercises are interactive, allowing participants to practice what they have learned in a fun, high-energy environment. Communicating with Tact, Diplomacy, Poise, and Finesse: What to Say and How to Say It is the ideal program for those needing to improve their basic communication skills or for those looking for the extra business edge.

Course Outline

Module 1: HANDLING MISCONDUCT

(1) Rules and Regulations
  • Basic Principles in Rules,
  • Importance of Rules and regulations
  • Principles in drawing up rules and regulations
  • Major and Minor Misconduct
(2) Developing A Grievance Procedure
  • Who draws up the procedure
  • The steps in the procedure
  • Final decision maker
(3) Types of Misconduct
  • Malingering
  • Tardiness
  • Poor or inefficient job performance
  • Absence without approval
  • Absence before or after PH
  • Absence from the workplace
  • Disobedience
  • Insubordination
(4) Counselling
  • What is counselling?
  • Importance of counselling
  • Do’s and don’ts in counselling
  • who should counsel?
  • Qualities of a good counsellor
  • Steps in counselling
  • How to counsel
  • Follow-up counselling
(5) Disciplinary Action
  • Delivering verbal warnings: do’s and don’ts
  • Preparing Written Warning Letters: do’s and don’ts
  • Preparing suspension letters: do’s and don’ts
  • Suspension before and after Domestic Inquiry

Module 2: CONDUCTING DOMESTIC INQUIRY

(6) The Domestic Inquiry Panel
  • Who sits on the panel?
  • How to select the right panel?
  • Who selects the panel?
  • The roles of panel members
  • How many should be on the panel?
  • Rights of employer and employee
(7) Conducing the Domestic Inquiry Proper
  • Seating arrangement of panel members and others
  • Carrying Out the Domestic Inquiry: do’s and don’ts
  • The process of the Inquiry
  • Starting and ending the Inquiry
  • Roles of chairman and panel members
  • Roles of prosecutor, witnesses and accused
  • Common pitfalls

Module 3: TERMINATION OF EMPLOYMENT

(8) Unfair Dismissals & Constructive Dismissals
  • Dismissal without notice
  • Dismissal with notice
  • Constructive Dismissal
(9) Other Termination
  • Notice period for Termination/lay-off
  • Situations for termination
  • Situations for giving notice
  • Termination of probationers

Would you like to take this course?

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Includes :

  • On-Demand Video
  • Training Materials ( Hard & Soft Copies )
  • Free Follow-up Training
  • Expert Training Resources

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