Criminal offenses often take place in the workplace. How they are addressed is vital. Each offense may require a different approach depending on whether it is work-related or not. Cooperation between employee and employer is mandatory for a fast and amicable solution.
Here is what to consider when dealing with the offenses:
If the employee is found guilty of committing a serious offense during the internal investigation, they can be terminated even without the outcome of a criminal trial. Employees found with minor offenses can face the stipulated disciplinary measures such as fines and suspension.
These are mostly not under the jurisdiction of the employer and should be handed over to the law reinforcement agencies. Such cases may either be minor offenses or criminal charges. Minor offense cases such as traffic issues and marital conflicts need not cost the employees their job. Repeated conflict with the law, however, portrays problems with a person’s character.
Employers are required to be fair to the employee if found guilty of an offense. The rights of the employee should always be upheld. The employer should not let their personal feelings influence any decision towards the issue. Instead, they should follow the stipulated procedures for resolving the issue.
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