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karina
16/07/2008 13:06:26
Re: staff termination

My boss is terminating 2 staff for:

1.one staff went on emergency leave for 2 days and absent without calling the office for 2 days now, can we terminate him without pay if he achieved 3 days absence without notice and what will happen if he report to work later.

2.one staff went on med leave for 2 weeks and he claimed that he was involved in an accident and will report back to work later. can we terminate him or ask him to resign for reason that his work performance work is bad as this is the second accident which he went for 2weeks leave.
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KL Siew
kl_siew@yahoo.com
16/07/2008 13:33:58
1. You may treat it as he has terminated his own service.

2. If he could produce a medical certificate, then you cannot sack him just like that.
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new employer
17/07/2008 10:44:25
when you 'treat' the absent staff as he terminated his own service, how do you make the termination official? How to prevent him from going to Labour department to make a case?
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KL Siew
17/07/2008 12:40:56
To New Employer.

You can give him a letter stating the fact that he has been absent for so many day and that he has terminated his service. You cannot prevent him from complaining to the Labour Officeb but you can argue your case there.
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karina
19/07/2008 10:48:27
the first staff has taken 6 days annual leave and worked only for 2 days after that he went missing, do we still have to pay him salary for those 2 days and how do we account for the 6 days annual leave-EPF and SOCSO.
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