managing-misconduct

Every company will have at least one of these problems:

How to manage these issues without costing you money and breaking the law

To effectively address misconduct in the workplace, it is essential for you to have a clear understanding
of what defines misconduct and the most effective strategies for managing such behavior.

Learn how to professionally deal with all these from our experienced trainer.

Key takeaways from this course:

Understand the various types of misconduct, such as absenteeism, work performance and attitude at the workplace

Understand what defines misconduct and how to conduct inquiries into misconduct effectively

Make proper decisions/findings to ensure that the decision of the company to dismiss is upheld consistently across all levels.

Who should attend?

Head of personnel of small & medium-sized (SME) organizations, Human Resource Manager & Executive, In-House Legal Manager & Executive, Head of Department, Operation Managers, Training Personnel, IR Executives / Officers, and any personnel interested in legally handling employee discipline.

The Trainer

RHYMIE MOHD RAMLI

HRD Corp Accredited Trainer

Rhymie Mohd Ramli holds a Bachelor of Law with honors from the International Islamic University of Malaysia. He was admitted as an Advocate and Solicitor of Malaya in 2001 and then commenced his legal practice. He then joined the Industrial Relation Officer Service as an Assistant Director of Labour. He has carried out various duties such as adjudicating officer in “Labour Court”, investigating officer as well as a prosecuting officer.

He has experience of 21 years in training related to the subject of employment law. Among the aspects of training given is the Employment Act 1955, Sarawak Labour Ordinance, Domestic Inquiry, Prevention of Sexual Harassment at Work, Managing dismissal and termination as well as Prevention of Forced Labour in the workplace.

Recent training conducted by him such as Training on the Employment Act and its recent amendment for Alam Flora Berhad, and Intel Penang Sdn Bhd. Training on understanding misconduct and domestic inquiry organized by Kelab Suruhanjaya Koperasi Malaysia and Training on Sarawak Labour Ordinance and Managing Termination and Misconduct for Bintulu Port Berhad.

In addition, he contributed articles on labour laws published online by the Current Law Journal (CLJ) and was appointed by Open University Malaysia (OUM) as subject matter expert for the Employment and Industrial Law module. He is also a registered trainer with the Human Resource Development Berhad (HRDC).

Past Participants’ Experiences

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The trainer is well engaged with the participants and able to answer all the participant’s queries on live situation happen in the company. Trainer provides real situation sample how to handle some cases as well.

Jenny Huan, HR Executive Kuching Frozen Food Co Sdn Bhd

The knowledge and experience shared by trainer is practical to apply at workplace.

Chieng Lee Wee, Senior HR Manager Samling Management Service Sdn Bhd

Sharing of real cases and application of the law into the real working scenarios.

Wong Ping Ping, HR Manager Sarawak Oil Palms Berhad

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Understanding Misconduct and Managing Disciplinary Issues in the Workplace  is a 2 days training claimable under HRDCCC,
with a fee of RM 1700 per pax for early bird (RM 2200 per pax for normal price), including SST 8%. Upon completion, participant will receive a certificate of completion from GEM Consultancy.

This training is available for public and in-house setting, and in virtual and physical version.

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