Can a company rehire someone if they have been previously charged with domestic inquiry? Posted on July 20, 2011
I am defending a workmate in a company's domestic inquiry. The purported "negligence offense" occurred before the person charged (PC) was sacked by the company. The PC went to the Labor Office to protest his dismissal by the company. After hearing at the labor office, the company decided to re-engaged the ex-employee. Soon after the company proceed to charge him in a domestic inquiry for the old negligence case after being rehired for the purpose of trying to sack him again. Is this legally correct? Oh, the case is in Malaysia. I hope you can still give a clue.
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