Work discipline and dismissal
University personnel shall strictly observe the work discipline prescribed by KMUTT’s Regulations on Personnel Administration, B.E. 2550 (1997) and Regulations No. 6, B.E. 2559 (2016). Employees who breach work discipline by abandoning their work duties, being absent from work for more than 10 consecutive days without a reasonable cause, committing malfeasance, breaching work discipline or intentionally acting in any way that causes damage to the University shall be deemed to have committed a serious offence that is subjected to four forms of punishment: Probation, salary cut, salary reduction and expulsion. Personnel who are subjected to a disciplinary action higher than a probation shall not be considered for an annual salary increase.
Personnel who wish to resign from employment shall submit a request to their superior of one higher rank no less than 30 days in advance. The request shall be forwarded to the Human Resource Management Office. Resigning personnel must fill in the Personnel’s Obligation Check Form and submit it to their affiliated work unit for verifying.
*** A resignation request form shall be valid when personnel has no unfulfilled obligation. Personnel should fully dissolve their obligation (e.g. University loan, University’s Cooperative loan, book loan, etc.) before resigning.
*** Personnel must return their ID card to the Registrar on the day that they acknowledge the resignation approval order/the last working day.