Korgaonkar K A
Upon his reply or he failed to reply, you can issue him a suspension order for 10 days mentioning that the reply given by you is not satisfactorily.
You can bundle of formats from internet or from citehr too.
All the best!
10th July 2014 From Singapore
1) You can suspend an employee pending further action (if so permitted by your rules) but thereafter issue him a showcause notice containing details of the incident and calling for his explanation; or
2) You can issue a showcause notice asking him why the management shall not suspend him.
11th July 2014 From India, Mumbai
Look Anuj their are two types of suspensions
1) Normal suspension where you can suspend an employee for maximum 4 days
2) suspension under pending enquiry - Where you can suspend an employee until your enquiry get completed but here you need to give him subsistence allowance for those suspended period
again there are rules how to give subsistence allowance?
so before choosing any one of the above suspension see his gravity of misconduct. because their is a thumb rule............
Punishment should be in proportionate with the gravity of misconduct.
Means you can not hang anyone for just theft............because hanging is severe punishment compared to theft.
Rest is written by B Saikumar.........
12th July 2014 From India, Hyderabad
It seems to me that the queriest wants to suspend the employee for 10 days by way of punishment for misbehaviour with senior.
The queriest needs to give an opportunity to the employee to be heard by following the principal of natural justice. The queriest needs to conduct domestic enquiry and then only can take an action of suspending him as per the provision of applicable Standing orders or as per the applicable service conditions.
In most of the States, maximum days of suspension by way of punishment are 4 days under the model SO.
In certified SO, you can have more days of suspension by way of punishment. However, I agree with our learned member Sai Kumar ji that the decision of suspension should be taken judiciously.
13th July 2014 From India, Mumbai