If theft has been proved beyond any doubt, dismissal can be awarded. But before dismissing it is better to give him a chance of being herd in person. Therefore, I suggest you to conduct a disciplinary enquiry after serving him a charge sheet. Otherwise, your dismissal order may bounce back. There are postings with formats of charge sheets about Disciplinary Action available in this forum. Please get it. The following link directs you to one of such presentations. http://www.citehr.com/blogs/madhu-t-...ry-action.html Regards, Madhu.T.K
Dear Madhu, I have conducted all the process of enquiry, i just want to know the different drafts of dismissal letter so i can draft the letter. Thanks Sushil
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