Why Domestic Inquiry Should Be Taken Seriously

Sep 23, 2019 1 Min Read
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with Heera Singh

She took the company to the industrial court saying she was dismissed constructively and she finally won her case and got awarded 1.2 Million Ringgit.

In episode three of this special podcast series, author of Human Resource Documentation; Heera Singh, dives into the domestic inquiry part of Human Resource management by sharing what it actually entails and why it is often misunderstood.

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