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Domestic Inquiry 101

Domestic Inquiry (DI) is a process of internal investigation by an employer on the conduct of an employee at work. It is usually triggered by an allegation or suspicion of wrongdoing on the part of...

Managing Poor Performance

We have all experienced post interview employees who fall short of expectations.  Some seemed promising within the four walls of the interview but within a few days, unsatisfactory work...

How To Settle Workplace Disputes and Avoid The Court

Dispute between employees and employers are sometimes inevitable in the workplace. To achieve mutual agreement is not as easy as it seems. Any disagreement between employers and employees that are...

Arbitration in Malaysia’s Industrial Court

In Malaysia the use of arbitration in resolving disputes is well-established and gaining popularity due to the use of standard forms of building contracts in the construction industry. Apart from...

Employee Medical Board Out

Employees who met with accidents or have been ill for a prolonged period and cannot effectively provide service to the employer, can be discharged from service on medical grounds. In order for an...

Managing Progressive Discipline

Progressive discipline is defined as a process the management undertakes when employees display job-related behaviours that do not meet organisational expectations or poor communication performance...

Explain Yourself: Show Cause Letters, and why they are issued

Amongst the many words that an employee can hear over the cause of any given day, unarguably few strike terror with such completeness as the phrase "show cause letter" can cause. Those three little...
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