Suspension pending enquiry can be given immediatly, if it is late there is no meaning in it. That too it is necessary if it affect others job/work nature. See the argument in between a senior or supervisor.
Certain serious misconduct has been alleged against you. In order to maintain industrial discipline and smooth functioning of the organization, you are hereby placed under suspension pending enquiry with immediate effect.
The charge sheet will follow.
You are entitled to receive subsistence allowance as per the Act.
Please acknowledge receipt of the order.
I think the above formate may be useful for u.
if u satisfy with their answer then forgive them with a warning
or if they are guilty & they accept then give them punishment according to Standing order of ur establishment
[I]f they deny then institutionalized a domestic enquiry.......
go by with the principle of natural justice.......
first issue them a show cause notice and if required then a warning letter.if situation still persists then give a suspension letter.always try to calm down the situation with the best possible solution.
i hope it will help you.
What i would suggest is go with the rules, which is primary duty.
What has to be specially take care is try to take a secession to all other employees regarding the discipline norms in organization.
It don't make any sense you keep on giving Showcase every time some one do this.
Hope this could be of some use for you
Lets be a little more miserly with the "Show Cause Notices". It certainly is not the right instrument.
You could instead Call For An Explanation from those concerned.
In the present matter, the best course of action would be to sit with the individually and obtain a written confession and apology for the disorderly conduct.
The issue a warning letter to both of them clearly indication that the management was taking a lenient view just this time since it was their first act of misconduct and that if either committed any such or similar act of misconduct anytime in the future they shall be liable for stricter disciplinary action.