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Employment Misconduct

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Format : eBook
No of Pages : 520
Country :Malaysia
Published Date :2015
Compatible with : Desktop iOS Android

Book Description

This book by three prominent construction contracts specialists provide adjudicators and parties in adjudication with a primer to navigate through the various provisions of the Construction Industry Payments and Adjudication Act (""the Act""). The first part of the book sets out a commentary of the Act and includes pointers on how the practical dimensions of the subject may develop within the context of Malaysia. The second part of the book contains two adjudication decisions and forms which may serve as templates for the various processess of the Act. 

As the Act is new, the Annotations in this title will prove useful to the building and construction industry, especially construction professionals and government departments. 

Key features includes samples of Adjudication Awards and Section by Section commentary of the Act.



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Table of Contents


Chapter 1 Misconduct: Definition, Classification and Disciplinary Inquiry
Chapter 2 Disciplinary Punishment: Principle of Proportionality
Chapter 3 Absence Without Official Leave (AWOL)
Chapter 4 Habitual Tardiness
Chapter 5 Insubordination
Chapter 6 Drug and alcohol abuse in the workplace
Chapter 7 Theft of employer’s property
Chapter 8 Dishonesty
Chapter 9 Sexual Harassment and Gender Discrimination
Chapter 10 Conflict of interest
Chapter 11 Internet abuse at the workplace
Chapter 12 Disclosure of confidential information
Chapter 13 Gross Negligence
Chapter 14 Bringing Company’s Name into Disrepute
Chapter 15 Other Misconduct in Employment

About the Author(s)

Ashgar Ali Ali Mohamed, Farheen Baig Sardar Baig

Ashgar Ali Ali Mohamed is a Professor at Ahmad Ibrahim Kulliyah of Laws, International Islamic University Malaysia. He graduated with Bachelor of Law (LL.B (Hons)) and Master of Comparative Laws (MCL) from the International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM), Master of Laws (LL.M (Hons)) from the University of Auckland, New Zealand and Doctor of Philosophy in Business Law (Ph.D) from the Graduate School of Management, University Putra Malaysia. He was admitted to the Malaysian Bar as an advocate and solicitor by the High Court of Malaya in 1992. His area of interest includes Employment Law, Civil Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution.

Farheen Baig Sardar Baig is a graduate of the International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) with the following qualifications: Diploma in Islamic Studies; Bachelor of Law (LL.B (Hons)); Master of Comparative Laws (MCL); and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) in Law. She was admitted to the Malaysian Bar as an Advocate and Solicitor by the High Court of Malaya in 1996 and had been in practice for several years before joining the Ahmad Ibrahim Kulliyyah of Laws, IIUM as an academic staff. She is currently an Associate Professor at the said Kulliyyah and her area of interest includes employment law and tort law. She has also co-authored several books on employment law and published numerous articles both in the local and international journals/reports and further, presented papers on the abovementioned areas at various conferences.