PUNISHMENT AND DICIPLINARYACTIONNOR AYU BINTI SHAMSUDIND20111048742NURUL JANNAH BINTI MOHD FUDZID20111048767
DEFINITION OF DICIPLINARYThe rules that must been followed by employees.DEFINITION OF DICIPLINARY ACTIONThe action that ha...
EMPLOYEE DISCIPLINE AND PRIVACYBasic for a fair and just discipline processa) Clear rules and regulations- define workplac...
VERBAL WARNINGFIRST WRITTEN WARNINGSECOND WRITEN WARNINGACTIONTHE PROCESS OF DICIPLINARY ACTION
Diciplinary action can be divided into TWO waysPOSITIVE NEGATIVEThe correction through advice,counseling and provideopport...
Discipline without Punishment (NonpunitiveDiscipline)1. Issue an oral reminder.2. Should another incident arise within six...
An Alternative to diciplinary action• Set up a committee of inquiry to makingdecision“ Employees will be call upon to defe...
DEFINITION OF PUNISHMENTThe action that has given to the employees after theoffence decided.For example :•Salary cut•Demot...
THE BENEFITS OF DICIPLINARY ACTION ANDPUNISHMENT TO THE EMPLOYEESTo provide awareness to employees for offense commitedTo ...
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  1. 1. PUNISHMENT AND DICIPLINARYACTIONNOR AYU BINTI SHAMSUDIND20111048742NURUL JANNAH BINTI MOHD FUDZID20111048767
  2. 2. DEFINITION OF DICIPLINARYThe rules that must been followed by employees.DEFINITION OF DICIPLINARY ACTIONThe action that has been given to the employees whoviolate company rules
  3. 3. EMPLOYEE DISCIPLINE AND PRIVACYBasic for a fair and just discipline processa) Clear rules and regulations- define workplaces issues- inform employeesb) A system of progressive penalties- the range and severity of the penalty is afunction of the offense and number of occurrencec) An appeals process- The righr of the employee to grieve the decisionhelps to ensure that supervisors mete outdiscipline fairly equitably
  4. 4. VERBAL WARNINGFIRST WRITTEN WARNINGSECOND WRITEN WARNINGACTIONTHE PROCESS OF DICIPLINARY ACTION
  5. 5. Diciplinary action can be divided into TWO waysPOSITIVE NEGATIVEThe correction through advice,counseling and provideopportunities for employees tostop their action after havingbeen advisedGiven to employees who failto change their behaviourtowards more positive.
  6. 6. Discipline without Punishment (NonpunitiveDiscipline)1. Issue an oral reminder.2. Should another incident arise within six weeks, issue aformal written reminder, a copy of which is placed in theemployee’s personnel file.3. Give a paid, one-day “decision-making leave.”4. If no further incidents occur in the next year, the purgethe one-day paid suspension from the person’s file.If the behavior is repeated, the next step is dismissal.
  7. 7. An Alternative to diciplinary action• Set up a committee of inquiry to makingdecision“ Employees will be call upon to defendthemselves”
  8. 8. DEFINITION OF PUNISHMENTThe action that has given to the employees after theoffence decided.For example :•Salary cut•Demotion•Dismisal•Transfer to other department
  9. 9. THE BENEFITS OF DICIPLINARY ACTION ANDPUNISHMENT TO THE EMPLOYEESTo provide awareness to employees for offense commitedTo improve and give employees an opportunities to correctmistakesTraining workers to be honest in jobTo achieves the goal of company without any diciplinaryproblem
  10. 10. ThankYou

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