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Aries
aries_boy88@hotmail.com
16/07/2011 10:01:52
Re: Medical Leave

Asking for opinion, as i facing some problem with my employee.
On Facts, the employee had pass the resignation letter within the probation period. After the resignation letter was approved, the fellow start to taking medical leave in the month about a couple of days a week. After the month ended i paid him salary with deduct out all the medical leave as unpaid leave. And now, the fellow approach to Labour Law trying to sue me.

Question :
Will i responsible to this matter?
What will i facing to?
Do i have the chance to win this case?
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KL Siew
pesaraonline@gmail.com
17/07/2011 09:04:56
In my opinion, if the medical certificates are valid ones, you may have to pay for the number of days he is entitled to.
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dragonlady
19/07/2011 17:29:25
I am the HR Manager of the company. The department head came up to me and complaint that his staffs has been taking a lot of MCs, late for work and missing in action. We have given him 1st warning letter on July1st, yet still the same behavior occures. What should I do on my part,

1) To issue him a 2nd warning letter?
2) To speak personally to him and give him a verbal warning?

Appreciate the advise.

Thank you.,
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KL Siew
20/07/2011 09:07:53
If you have your own company panel doctors, tell them not to be too liberal in granting MCs. You may consider giving good attendance incentive to the production workers. Medical leave/absenteeism can be even more costly in terms of loss of production, medical bills than incentive. Giving warnings for taking MCs may not be advisable and you know it is not too effective.
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