Domestic Inquiry Training: How-To Series

Domestic Inquiry Training Course Domestic Inquiry Training
By Corporate Intelligence Advisors
Laws & Legislation:

How to Frame Charge & Effectively Conduct Domestic Inquiry

“Allows you to subscribe to a more standardized and effective chargesheet and avoid ambiguities in the allegations made.”

By Corporate Intelligence Advisors


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Course Title:
How to Frame Charge & Effectively Conduct Domestic Inquiry Training Category:
Human Resource Management Target Audience:
This workshop is designed for those in the ranks of supervisors upwards who is tasked with the role to discipline and maintain industrial harmony. It will also be beneficial for those in the Human Resource Department and those given the role to conduct a Domestic Inquiry for the Company. Duration:
2 Days
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Delivery Methods
  • Language: English
  • PowerPoint Presentation
  • Workshop
  • Presentation Handouts
  • Reading Materials
  • Indoor Activities
  • Simulation
  • Participant Presentation
  • Video Presentation
  • Role Play
  • Lecture
  • Case Studies
  • Demonstrations
  • Certificate of Participation
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Course Introduction ›

Our How To – Framing Charge & Conducting An Effective Domestic Inquiry Workshop breaks down these steps and legal mumbo-jumbo in simplified steps.

At the end of this workshop, you will be able determine the most effective and appropriate techniques when conducting an domestic inquiry. You will also be able to subscribe to a more standardized and effective chargesheet and avoid ambiguities in the allegations made.

Set yourself apart from the rest. Avoid common mistakes and enhance your legal terms when it comes to framing charges. Never again be embarrassed by the lack of evidence or having your case thrown out the window by not being able to present your case effectively.

Our highly interactive workshop which focuses on a small group would help you enhance your understanding in this topic even further than you can imagine. Combining theory, discussion and even hands-on approach, hone your skills and conduct an effective domestic inquiry today

Course Objectives ›

Upon completion of this 2-day Domestic Inquiry How-to Series training, participants should be able to:

  • Have a thorough knowledge and skill in drafting and framing the chargesheet.
  • Learn the process of due inquiry.
  • Avoid the pitfalls of defective inquiry, resulting in cost to the Company.
  • Gain a thorough knowledge and sharpen your skills in drafting and framing the chargesheet.
  • Get personal with “Due inquiry” and explore its process.
  • Save yourself and your company the embarrassment. Avoid the pitfalls of defective inquiry which results in costs to the company. No more second guessing.

Course Outline ›

DAY 1
  • Introduction, Icebreaker and the
  • Company’s Disciplinary Commitment
  • Complaint & preliminary inquiry
  • Assembling of facts to frame charges
  • The difference between Chargesheet and Notice to Show Cause
  • The concept of Chargesheet
  • Basic ingredients of a valid Chargesheet
  • Whether vagueness of the charge will vitiate the Inquiry
  • Key Terms to be taken cognizance
DAY 2
  • Drafting of Chargesheet - Constituents of Charge
  • Defective Framing of Chargesheet - Adverse Effects
  • Other Frequently Observed Deficiencies in Issuing Charge Sheets
  • Employees applying for extension of time
  • Employee admitting to the charges
  • Employees giving ambiguous reply or denying the charge
  • Employee not admitting explanation to the chargesheet
  • Conducting a mock-inquiry with 2 misconduct examples

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