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asked on Feb 11, 2015 at 06:27
by   unknown
If we have evidence to prove that an employee has conducted act that amount to the misconduct due to conflict of interest. As employer, besides the DI and immediate termination, can the employee be subject to legal actions if teh company wanted?

if yes, what is the action an employer need to take or establish?

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answered on Feb 11, 2015 at 19:44
by   viper
What type of misconduct, what sort of "conflict of interest"? If is not CBT, even if a DI is conducted and warrants immediate termination, the employe will have to be given adequate notice of termination according to the T&C of their employment contract.
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