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MJ
02/02/2010 13:38:40
Re: Procedure of termination

Hi, can i know what is the procedure to terminate a staff which did not turn up to work without informing? Or the terminatino can only take place after the issuance of show cause letter and no reply from the staff after 3 days? I am not too familiar with the procedure of termination of staff for staff that did not turn up to work whether how many warning letter to be issue or show cause letter ot be issue only the staff can be terminate by right? HOep to get your advice from here. Thanks.

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KL Siew
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02/02/2010 18:50:32
Show cause for what? If he did not reply then you go according to what you wanted him to show cause for. For absenteeism, first, second and a last warning will do. After that you may hold a domestic inquiry and mete out the appropriate punishment including dismissal.
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MJ
03/02/2010 17:54:21
Thanks Siew. By the way, the current situation is that, the staff did not inform of his absentism on Monday, the supervisor unable to reach him after so many times called. He only ring up on 2nd day said he has emergency and currently in hometown due to his daughter is sick. THe supervisor asked whether when can he turn up to work as the production side is currently rushing the dateline before the festive season. But he said he is not sure when can he turn up to work. So, in such condition, what is basically the right procedure for the employer can do? Can we terminate him with immediate effect as this is not the 1st time he did so, he had received 1st warning letter in the past of same case. Would it goes against the law if we terminate him with immediate effect as he is not performing and giving such a ridiculuos answer that he is 'not sure' when can he turn up to work? Please advice.
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KL Siew
04/02/2010 13:45:18
You do what you have to do with this type of employees. If you don't mind the hassle, suspend him from work and hold a domestic inquiry into the misconduct and decide accordingly. Have to act tough a bit. Consult the Industrial Relations Department for another opinion if you want.
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