Domestic Inquiry: Investigation & Prosecution

Domestic Inquiry Training Domestic Inquiry: Investigation & Prosecution
By Corporate Intelligence Advisors
PSMB HRDF Claimable
Course Title:
Investigation & Prosecution skills for Domestic Inquiry
Training Category:
Human Resource Management
Target Audience:
Head, Manager and Executive of Industrial Relation and Investigation
Duration:
2 Days
Public Training Events
Jun 2016 ›
Venue:
Capri by Fraser Hotel Residences, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Schedule:
Wed 01 Jun 2016 - Thu 02 Jun 2016
8:30AM - 5:30PM

Fee Per Person:
RM2,588.00
Promotions:
  • Register not later than 18 Mar 2016 for only RM2,388 per person.
  • 10% discount for group registration of 3 pax or more from the same organization.
  • FREE three (3) months post workshop consultation after the training.
  • Participants can bring the show cause letter & domestic inquiry letter for advice (optional, some may need to get clearance from their management due to P&C Issue).
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Aug 2016 ›
Venue:
Bayview Hotel, Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia
Schedule:
Mon 01 Aug 2016 8:30AM - 5:30PM
(This will be a 1-Day condensed training.)
Fee Per Person:
RM1,188.00
Benefits:
  • Register not later than 30 Jun 2016 for only RM688 per person.
  • Participants will be:
    • Given a training material during the training
    • Awarded Certificate of Attendance upon completion of this training
    • Able to get advice from our trainer pertaining IR / human issues that arises in their workplace
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* Other terms & conditions apply.
Venue:
Ambassador Row Hotel Suites by Lanson Place, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Schedule:
Mon 04 Aug 2016 8:30AM - 5:30PM
(This will be a 1-Day condensed training.)
Fee Per Person:
RM1,188.00
Benefits:
  • Register not later than 30 Jun 2016 for only RM688 per person.
  • Participants will be:
    • Given a training material during the training
    • Awarded Certificate of Attendance upon completion of this training
    • Able to get advice from our trainer pertaining IR / human issues that arises in their workplace
Register Now!

* Other terms & conditions apply.
Venue:
Berjaya Waterfront Hotel, Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia
Schedule:
Tue 16 Aug 2016 8:30AM - 5:30PM
(This will be a 1-Day condensed training.)
Fee Per Person:
RM1,188.00
Benefits:
  • Register not later than 30 Jun 2016 for only RM688 per person.
  • Participants will be:
    • Given a training material during the training
    • Awarded Certificate of Attendance upon completion of this training
    • Able to get advice from our trainer pertaining IR / human issues that arises in their workplace
Register Now!

* Other terms & conditions apply.
Venue:
Hotel Shangri-La, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia
Schedule:
Thu 18 Aug 2016 8:30AM - 5:30PM
(This will be a 1-Day condensed training.)
Fee Per Person:
RM1,188.00
Benefits:
  • Register not later than 30 Jun 2016 for only RM688 per person.
  • Participants will be:
    • Given a training material during the training
    • Awarded Certificate of Attendance upon completion of this training
    • Able to get advice from our trainer pertaining IR / human issues that arises in their workplace
Register Now!

* Other terms & conditions apply.
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Contact customer service +6 (082) 363686
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Delivery Methods
  • Language: English, Bahasa Malaysia
  • PowerPoint Presentation
  • Workshop
  • Group Discussion
  • Presentation Handouts
  • Reading Materials
  • Indoor Activities
  • Simulation
  • Participant Presentation
  • Video Presentation
  • Role Play
  • Lecture
  • Case Studies
  • Demonstrations
  • Certificate of Participation
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Investigation & Prosecution skills for Domestic Inquiry

“Learn the investigation & prosecution skills for Domestic Inquiry to ensure HR functions according to proper order.”

By Corporate Intelligence Advisors


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Introduction

This is a 2-Day Domestic Inquiry training program focusing on the Investigation & Prosecution Skills. Department heads, managers, and executives who involve in industrial relations, domestic inquiry, and investigation should attend this course. To request for in-house training, click on the Request for In-house Training link as displayed above for quotation. For more information about this course, feel free to contact the training provider as shown above. If the public program is available, you can submit for a registration request online by clicking on the Register for Public Training link. If the link is disabled, it simply means it has yet to be available for public. You can contact the training provider for further inquiry.

Course Objectives

This training program focuses on how a proper investigation and prosecution should be done from the perspective of the Industrial Court. It is also the objective to ensure the participant to understand how to not only conduct the investigation but also to bring the charges with good evidence during the domestic inquiry for a proper and fair conviction against the accused.

Course Outline

DAY 1

What to investigate?

  • Established a case and locus (right to act)
  • Understand the charges
  • Categorization of cases i.e whether light or serious

How to start?

  • Collection of documentary evidences
  • Collection of item evidences
  • Collection of witnesses' statement

How to build a case?

  • On Sexual Harassment
  • On Criminal related matters i.e criminal breach of trust, theft, drugs, etc
  • On Employment misconduct i.e absenteeism, insubordination, tardiness, etc

When to interview the witnesses?

  • Suitable venue for the interview session
  • Who should be in the interview session
  • How to record the answer
  • What questions should be asked

How to evaluate evidence?

  • Co-relation between the misconduct and the evidences
  • How to handle 3rd party documents or witnesses
  • What documents to be tendered during domestic inquiry
  • Can video footage be admissible and be used in the Domestic Inquiry process?
  • Can a recorded voice be admissible to prove misconduct?
  • How to determine genuine evidences?
  • Is necessary to call the maker of the document to testify the documentary evidences?
  • How to relate evidence with the misconduct?

Other resources of information

  • How to extract info from the reply of the show cause letter
  • How to relate the case law of similar misconduct
  • How to emphasis the Handbook and Standard Operating Procedures in relation to the misconduct
  • How to bring the Contracts and agreements to support the contention
  • How to make reference to the meeting minutes agreed upon prior to the misconduct?

Preparing the case for DI proceeding

  • How to arrange the document in the case bundle (s) according to the sequent
  • When to call the witnesses
  • When to asked the key questions

To decide whether the charge(s) is in line with all supporting evidences


DAY 2

How to prosecute?

  • The objective
  • The anticipation and expectation from the accused

The charge(s) being the guideline

  • What document to be used 1st?
  • Which witness to be called in 1st?

The art of listening for answers


How to asked question?

  • Issues to be agreed by both parties
  • Based on documents
  • Based on the witnesses statement

Utilization of evidential armory

  • Collection of documentary evidences
  • Collection of item evidences
  • Collection of witnesses' statement

How to deal with admission of guilt

  • Whether to continue with other evidences
  • How to record admission of guilt

Understanding the Domestic Inquiry process

  • When to do examination in chief
  • When to cross examine
  • When to re-examine

Ethics and decorum

  • Addressing the panel
  • Addressing the accused
  • Manners during the proceeding

Role-Play


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