hello sir/madam ,this is jyothi
i m woking as a hr executive in company
i wanna to know that if organisation wants to relief an employee according to his misconduct how many day before it should give an information to employee,is there any choice to relief an employee immediately without prior intimation.
From India, Hyderabad
Lot of discussion has happened earlier on handling employee discipline. You could have searched this forum. Anyway, you may click the following link. It provides the information on the sequence in which we should handle matters of employee indiscipline: https://www.citehr.com/201564-charge...tml#post908482
Thanks, Dinesh Divekar From India, Bangalore
Under State Shops and Establishment Act it is generally provided that no notice is required to be given while terminating for misconduct but that should be done after proper domestic inquiry. Similarly Model standing orders also provide.
From India, New Delhi
The misconduct should be as listed in Misconduct as in standing orders applicable to the establishment (certified/Model)..... The procedure is explained in Sec;14 of Model Standing orders
From India, Chandigarh
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