Handling & Managing Absenteeism, Excessive Medical Leave & Habitual Late Coming At The Work Place

25 Sep, 2017, Kuala Lumpur

FOCUSING ON
  • Module 1 - Oganizational Rules
  • Module 2 - Leave Entitlement for the Employees
  • Module 3 - Absenteeism
  • Module 4 - Excessive Medical Leave
  • Module 5 - Habitual Late Coming
OVERVIEW

Unfortunately, not all employees are discipline and adhere to standards set for them and do what they are told. Absence from work on a working day, taking excessive medical leave and habitual late coming at the work place are common problems faced by most organizations.

 

These acts are serious misconducts which must be address and handled properly or otherwise the organization’s productivity may suffer and its image and reputation may be affected.

METHODOLOGY
  • This is a highly interactive one day course, whereby participants are to gain the learning points through
    actual cases as reported in the law reports.
  • Participants will be given the opportunity to participate in group discussion and will be trained to draft amongst others, warning letters, show cause letters and notice of domestic inquiry for these types of misconducts.
 
WHAT DO YOUR COLLEAGUES SAY ABOUT THE COURSE LEADER...
  • “Course Leader professionally handed down her knowledge to the participants.”
    Kris Liew, HR & Admin Manager
    YTL Communications Sdn Bhd
  • “The Trainer was very friendly and knowledgeable.”
    Noormah Wati bt Redzuan, HR Officer
    TAIYO Technology (M) Sdn Bhd
  • “Penceramah mempunyai pengetahuan yang luas dalam subjek ini dan banyak membantu peserta memahaminya dengan lebih mendalam.”
    Noor Mohamad Zaimie bin Zainal Azam
    Asst. Manager Admin, RISDA
  • “Course Leader increased my knowledge of the proper ways of handling misconduct and frame charges.”
    Nurul Khairunnisa, Supervisor
    Yamaha Electronics Manufacturing (M) Sdn Bhd
COURSE CONTENT
9:00 Module 1 - ORGANIZATIONAL RULES
  • The need to establish clear rules and procedures for employees to follow
  • Informing employees of the rules
  • Changing/Updating the rules from time to time
  • Effect of inconsistent implementation of the
  Module 2 - LEAVE ENTITLEMENT FOR THE EMPLOYEE
  • Types of leave entitled by the employee
  • Whether taking of leave is as of right?
  • Procedures for leave application
10:45 Module 3 - ABSENTEEISM
  • Definition of Absenteeism
  • Duty of Employee to Inform of Absence
  • Must the Company conduct investigation on the employee’s absence
  • Managing Absence at the Workplace
  • Disciplinary procedures for handling Absenteeism
  • Case Study on Absenteeism
  • Ways to curb Absenteeism
  • Group Exercise - How to frame a charge for Absenteeism
1:00 Lunch

2:00 Module 4 - EXCESSIVE MEDICAL LEAVE
  • Proper requirements for accepting and managing medical / sick leave
  • Is it necessary to send the employee for a medical check - up?
  • Disciplinary procedures for handling excessive medical leave
  • Case Study on excessive sick / medical leave
  • Ways to curb employees from taking excessive sick / medical leave
  • Is medical boarding out clauses legal?
  • Group Exercise - How to frame a charge for Excessive Medical Leave
3:30 Module 5- HABITUAL LATE COMING
  • Requirement of employee to observe stipulated working hours
  • Managing late coming
  • Disciplinary procedures for handling late comers
  • Methods to encourage employees to be punctual
  • Case study on habitual late coming
  • Group Exercise - How to frame a charge for Habitual Late Coming
4:30 Q&A Session
 
5:00 End of course

 

 

 


 

LEARN FROM THE BEST

KAVITHA GUNA SEGARAN
Bachelor of Jurisprudence (Hons) Malaya, CLP
Advocate & Solicitor, High Court of Malaya 2001

 

Kavitha has accumulated experience in handling both local and foreign employees as well employees’ trade union of various industrial sectors on a wide range of both individual and collective disputes including statutory employment rights and obligations, employee performance, disciplinary action, union recognition issues, collective bargaining, non-compliance of collective agreements and dismissals. She also represented her clients in disputes before the Labour Court, Industrial Court as well as the Superior Courts of Malaysia with cases won duly reported in the Industrial Law Reports and Current Law Journals.

 

Her significant experience includes:-

  • Advising corporate organizations on dispute settlements, corporate reorganising exercise such as retrenchments schemes and voluntary retrenchment schemes, conducting domestic inquiry proceedings and rendering advice on general misconduct issues.
  • Appointed by a national trade union to resolve union
    recognition issues. From her experience gained especially on employees’ rights and obligations,

 

Kavitha is able to provide insightful and practical advice and strategies for corporate organizations on disputes in the arena of employer-employee relationships.

 

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