What Are The Conditions In Which A Complaint Against An Employee Will Get Nullified In KSA?
What Are The Three Conditions Published By Umm Al-Quran?
According to the official gazette, section 20 of the law identifies three conditions in which a claim against an employee will get nullified.
- According to the law, if an employee dies, the employer can not file a complaint against him. If he files a complaint, then the complaint will get considered nullified.
- On the other side. If the employee becomes so physically disabled that it is difficult to interrogate him and the medical report confirms it, then the claim of breach of duty filed against the employee is invalid
- According to the third condition, “If an employee has violated the discipline of duty and authorities took no action against him for two years or did not prosecute, then the lawsuit against him will be null and invalid. In this regard, the officials further said, “Even if two years have elapsed since the date of the last action for breach of duty discipline, the claim would be meaningless.”
In Which Condition The Complaint Will Be Valid?
According to Section 5 of the Duty Discipline Act, “Officials will take action against any employee who would have committed financial or administrative violations or misconduct.”
Punishment Of Violation Of Duty Discipline Act
In case of violation of the duty discipline act, the officials will deduct a maximum of three months’ salary. No more than one-third of the net monthly wage can get deducted, and one annual allowance can get deducted.
Note: Furthermore, no development activity should get taken for two years from the date of development entitlement.