Major Teoh’s Blog

March 30, 2007

DI – Role of Alleged Employee

Filed under: DI _ Role of Alleged,Domestic Inquiry Roles — Major (Rtd) Teoh @ 4:41 pm

Domestic Inquiry – The Role of the Alleged Employee  

  • To be present in front of the Panel of Inquiry to defend himself.
  • If he is represented by his union official, to allow him to question the witnesses.
  • If he is not represented, to question the prosecution witnesses during cross-examination.
  • To produce his witnesses in front of the Panel of Inquiry to defend himself.
  • To make his submission at the close of the inquiry as his final defence.

It is to be noted that, should the alleged employee be absent or fail to attend the domestic Inquiry after being duly informed, without any reasonable excuse, the inquiry may proceed without him. Such an inquiry is allowable and referred to as ex-parte inquiry. Major Teoh

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