Dear Seniors and Colleagues, A very good afternoon to you all. One of our workman has been found in the matter of dual employment the thing came to our notice when he submitted his PF claim for transfer. He has had worked in another company after leaving our factory premises for four months and his PF account statement is with us as a record. How can we go ahead with further course of action. Can we give him charge sheet for this misconduct and if yes can any body provide the sample charge sheet to be


Hi While I agree with you that dual employment is not ethical just want to check in what way it had affected your business. Do you found any performance issues due to dual employment?
From India, Madras

Dear Mr. HR-Dynamic,

In regards to the current situation, you can indeed initiate disciplinary action based on the relevant service rules. This action is warranted because it can lead to the following negative impacts:

On the company: Decreased productivity, lack of commitment and loyalty, and knowledge and skill drain.

On the employee: Increased stress and burnout, limited career growth opportunities, and a strained work-life balance.

For guidance on preparing a charge sheet, please refer to the following link. You can modify the misconduct mentioned to suit the specific case:

[Link to sample charge sheet:]

Additionally, aside from any violations of service rules or terms of appointment (if applicable), you can also include engaging in dual employment as a contravention of the provisions outlined in either the Factories Act or the Shop Act, depending on which is applicable.

From India, Bangalore

Dear Colleagues, Thank you very much for your valuable insights. The link given above is not opening.

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