Dinesh Divekar
Business Mentor, Consultant And Trainer
Gm (hr)

hi House,
my organization requires a penalty structure to adopt for erring staff across different borders of workplace offences such as lateness, insubordination, sexual misconduct, etc.
please any one who has any template or information please post it for my viewing or send it to me at .
25th August 2009 From Nigeria
Dear Bishop,
Penalty structure should be consistent with the labour laws of the land. When we design any penalty or take action against employee's "misconduct" it is within the purview of labours laws of India. Secondly, in the last 62 years of independence, Supreme Court of India or High Courts of the various states of India have given large number of verdicts. These verdicts also acts as guidelines for the interpretation of the labour laws.
Therefore, it would be prudent to raise this query to some labour consultant of your country.
Dinesh V Divekar
25th August 2009 From India, Bangalore
dinesh is absolutely right.your country may be having this type of penality structure,which can be guided by consultant of that country.in india there is no such type of penality structure.
js malik
26th August 2009 From India, Delhi
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