HROneThe answer is yes.
It is a basic principle that no man shall be punished or terminated unheard. Especially, if it is a disciplinary action against an employee’s performance or behavioural issues, an organization must conduct a departmental or domestic enquiry. Before giving him or her a termination letter, the management should sit with them and hear their part. Also, if the employee admits the charge of loss of confidence, a domestic enquiry shall be conducted to know the reason behind it. The company should work on that reason, thereby helping him or her to be back on track later.
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From India, Noida
Bhuvnesh singhAll opportunities should be given to the delinquent employee as per principle of natural justice before imposing any punishment for any act of loss of confidence. Hence domestic inquiry is must before deciding any punishment/penalty.
From India, Agra
shameel-shamYes. A department enquiry is definitely required along with a finding of guilt.
From India, Chennai
riteshmaityYou are required to hold domestic enquiry before terminating the service of a 'workman'.
From India, Kolkata
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