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Low
29/07/2009 15:32:41
Re: Domestic Inquiry

Hi,

We have a staff who was issued 2 warning letters on the offence of absence from work & now a warning letter is going to b issued to her on the matter of alteration on punch card. And we plan to terminate her.

As we know, we need to conduct a domestic inquiry before terminating her, right? then if she found guilty after the DI, should we give 1 mth notice of termination to her? or we can terminate her immediately after DI?

Thanks.
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CK
29/07/2009 16:56:30
If she is found guilty after the domestic inquiry, the company can terminate her without notice. But make sure the company has the solid evidence for the accusation.
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Low
30/07/2009 08:51:12
Hi,

Thank you for your prompt reply.

So we need to conduct domestic inquiry before terminating staff no matter what offence is it? then how about the staff absence from work more than 2 consecutive working days? can we terminate her w/o conducting DI?

Thanks.
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CK
30/07/2009 11:43:17
Yes. If you have already issued her 2 warning letters, you need to conduct a domestic inquiry before terminating her.

For the staff who is absent for more than 2 days without informing superior / HR, I think a show cause letter will do for the first time.
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Low
31/07/2009 10:43:11
Thanks a lot for your information.
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