Employee Misconduct By Maimunah Aminuddin
Employee Misbehavior is a guide for human resources managers, industrial relations practitioners, and other managers who want to know what constitutes employee misconduct and what does not.
Each chapter explores a particular sort of wrongdoing, such as sexual harassment, misuse of social media, conflict of interest, cheating, theft, and others, after a short review of the disciplinary procedure.
Summaries of relevant, recent industrial court awards are used to illustrate the concepts applicable to each sort of misbehaviour. All of the chapters of Employee Misconduct also provide suggestions for reducing the occurrence of employee misbehaviour, including the implementation of written rules that inform workers about the forms of behaviour that are not acceptable. This book's material is current, and it includes references to the 2019 revisions to the Industrial Relations Act.