RM 700 (inclusive SST) per participant
“Criminal” misconduct may take several forms namely theft, drugs, sexual harassment, committing violence or fraud. Tackling the current pandemic situation, employers need to be vigilant dealing with specific criminal misconduct and the laws that govern it from the legal and industrial point of view. This programme is important to HR/ IR practitioners to take the right action.
The course will deal with the general concept of misconduct particularly “criminal” misconduct.
•Meaning and concept of misconduct
•Types of misconduct
•Meaning and concept of Criminal misconduct
•Criminal and ‘Non-Criminal” misconduct
•“Burden of proof” for criminal misconduct
•Section 114 (g), Evidence Act 1950
•Inquiry process for ‘Criminal’ misconduct
•Dishonesty and cheating
•Punishment for ‘criminal’ misconduct