Sunday 10 January 2021

Employer Can Only Impose Punishment On The Employee If He Has Conducted Due Inquiry

Employment Act 1955 states than an employer can only impose punishment on the employee if he has conducted “due inquiry”. The Act does not define what is “due inquiry”, and it does not necessarily mean that an employer must conduct a formal domestic inquiry. What is important is that the employer must investigate the matter fairly.


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