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07/04/2009 12:58:56
Re: show cause letter

When should we issue show cause letter to staff? Is it before we hold a domestic inquiry or every time a staff commit a misconduct?

For example, a staff sleeping on the job, do we give show cause to ask for explanation or straight away give warning letter?
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KL Siew
07/04/2009 13:42:37
Show cause letter should precede domestic inquiry. For sleeping while on duty, that staff should be given warning first. If there is no improvement, he may be asked to show cause why he should not face disciplinary action like dismissal and so on.
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07/04/2009 16:04:14
Thanks for the answer!
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