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Domestic Enquiry & Labor Laws

Introduction

Introduction:
The objective of the domestic enquiry is to award punishment to the accused employee if found guilty. No man can be punished without being heard. An employee gets opportunity to defend himself through domestic enquiry. It assures fair justice. To maintain a healthy environment and congenial atmosphere in the organization as well as to avoid legal obligation domestic enquiry needs to be conducted.

How participants will benefit after the course:
• Participants will learn how to conduct enquiry
• Participants will be aware of the related labor laws
• Proper justice will be ensured in the workplace
• Behavior of the employees will be changed
• Misconduct will be reduced
• Organization will not require to pay an external enquiry officer.
• Labor laws will be established
• Legal obligation will be meet up
• Management will be able to take right decision
• Healthy environment and congenial atmosphere will prevail in the organization

Methodology

Interactive Lecture, PowerPoint Presentation, Question and Answer Session.

Contents of Training:

Session One:
1. Domestic Enquiry

2. Traditional Enquiry/Modern Enquiry

3. Preliminary enquiry

4. Steps before Enquiry

5. How to make a good draft of show cause notice/Charge Sheet

6. Amendment of charge sheet

7. Additional Charge sheet

8. Enquiry Notice

9. Enquiry Officer/ Enquiry Committee

10. Impact of Enquiry

Session Two
11. Why we should go for enquiry

12. Procedure of conducting enquiry

13. Adjournment of enquiry

14. Delay in starting enquiry

15. Proceedings of enquiry

16. Cross examination and questions

17. Five Questions by the Enquiry Officer

18. Who will write the Proceedings

19. If the Accused does not sign the Enquiry Proceedings

20. Enquiry report

Session Three
1. Role play on Misconduct

2. Virtual show cause Notice

3. Virtual Reply of show cause Notice

4. Virtual suspension Order

5. Virtual Enquiry

6. Virtual Enquiry Report

7. Virtual Punishment Order

8. Team wise Presentation

9. Consideration of report

10. Award Of punishment

Session Four
11. Procedure of punishment under section 24

12. Drafts of dismissal letter, warning letter, termination letter etc.

13. Retrospective effect of the order

14. To claim misappropriated money

15. How an enquiry is vitiated

16. Some Do’s and dont’s while conducting Domestic Enquiry

17. Suspension pending enquiry

18. Disciplinary Action Pending Criminal Case

19. Steps for taking disciplinary action

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Managers to General Managers who lead the organization.
Any employee who may be assigned to conduct enquiry.
Any person who wants to be professional enquiry officer.
Any employee especially for Admin & HR dept.


"Good for me" Md. Mustafizur Rahman, Sr. Executive, SQ Birichina Limited
"Very practical and effective for RMG sector in BD" Md. Azaharul Hoque
"It was really a wonderful session. i learned a lot" Mahima Akter Panna, Executive HR , SQ Birichina Limited
It was an excellent workshop. I am sure it would help me develop my career. Mohammad Salah Uddin Pallab, Officer, HRD, ICB Islami Bank Ltd.
Workshop was excellent and knowledgeable. - Iqbal Hossain Howlader, Sr. Executive, HR, Apollo Hospitals Dhaka
Excellent knowledge shearing and gathering experience. - Rezwan Huq, Apollo Hospitals Dhaka
Good, very helpful, specially labor low topic. - Md. Muklesur Rahman, Sr. Officer, BRAC