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Jo's
qi@live.com.my
22/02/2011 09:11:48
Re: Staff Disappear

Our salary cut off is 11/01/2011 - 10/02/2011
Salary will paid on 23/02/2011

A staff who have the following attendance record.

11/02/2011 - UPL (leave approve from other HOD & without infrom immediate Superior)
12/02/2011 - Sat Off
13/02/2011 - Sun Off
14/02/2011 - UPL (leave approve from other HOD & without infrom immediate Superior)
15/02/2011 - PH
16/02/2011 - Absent without infrom Office
17/02/2011 - SMS to infrom that motor break down
18/02/2011 - Absent without infrom office
19/02/2011 - Sat off
20/02/2011 - Sun off
21/02/2011 - SMS to infrom that motor still break down
22/02/2011 - Absent without infrom office

For the above poor attendance, what action should we take against to the staff?

Thank you.
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KL Siew
pesaraonline@gmail.com
22/02/2011 10:18:24
It happened only in Feb and he has not been given any warning before? If you have not, high time you do something about it.
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Jo's
qi@live.com.my
22/02/2011 11:15:19
Yup, we have served her 1st warning letter formass attendance & bad attendance according her Jan 11 record.

Meanwhile, her Feb 2011 salary we're prepared by cheque. How long we can on hold her payment if she never come to collect.

According her attandance record, it's still cannot consider she is under self-termination. If we send her a domestic enquiry & terminate her service, should we paid her a compensation?
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KL Siew
22/02/2011 12:07:44
Yes, best to do a DI and make the appropriate decision. If found guilty of misconduct, no need to pay.
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Jo's
qi@live.com.my
22/02/2011 12:50:27
Last question. Assume tomorrow she come to office and collect the payment. During Domestic Inquiry, assuming she's promise to continue her service.

But, if she absent the following days.... Do we have the right to chase back the compensation payment for her short time notice?

Thank you.
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KL Siew
22/02/2011 19:23:53
Make a firm decision, no point having this type of worker.
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Jo's
qi@live.com.my
23/02/2011 08:26:34
Yup! We agree what you suggest. Now we're try to compund those compensation info.

Thanks ....
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KL Siew
23/02/2011 09:01:43
What compensation you are talking about?
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Jo's
qi@live.com.my
23/02/2011 11:23:37
According our Appoitment Letter, either party must give 1 month notice for the termination of service.

I understand that during DI, if all Committee agree to terminate her service, company have the right to dismiss her without notice and without having to pay her wages in liue of notice.

I also understand that if she tender her letter by giving shorter notice, Company have the right accept her request without compensation.

But, if during DI, she promise to continue her service, company also release her Feb 2011 salary. The next day she dispappear again. (Assume she's self termination without notice) Do company have the right to ask her paid the compensation OR just close case since she have collect her salary and run away without infrom anyone in the office?
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KL Siew
23/02/2011 12:42:19
Do one thing at a time. If you want to do a DI, do it and decide. If she wants to resign, let her resign and see what sort of notice her will give. Don't assume and don't speculate. Make up you mind.
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