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An incident happened on my site last night. When a company staff went to the market for his personal work, two workers of our plant threatened him and pushed him back.
Today when I asked those workers about yesterday's incident in front of PM sir, union in-charge and the victim staff, they termed the entire incident as false.
So, please advise me what action we should take against the workers involved in this incident.

From India, Jaipur
If there is no complaint, there is nothing much you can do.
In case victim complains, you can enquire into circumstances and advice all concerned to avoid breach of law.
Attacking company staff outside company premises is violation of IPC and can lead to police case and investigation etc.
Victim will have to lodge police complaint and company can give his support as fight has arisen out of company work dispute.

From India, Pune
You can not take disciplinary action relating to an incident of misbehaviour that happened outside the place of work - that too after working hours unless there is such a provision in your standing orders.
From India, Salem
Agreed with Mr. Umakanthan , but as my opinion you have to take care of all these. because only HR department in comapny who take care all thing of his employees. if i would be in place of your then surly i conduct a meeting to understand the reallity and do the counseling of the person involved in the incident. all factory employees are our family and Hr is a guardian so as a guardian we must tech them whenever they required and also right to punish them.
Because most of time of his life he spent with comapny, so it's our prime duty to behave as like family. because everywhere we see rules only, we have to think about humanity also.

From India, Rudarpur
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