MALAYSIAN LABOUR LAWS & THE EMPLOYMENT ACT 1955

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When?

27th – 28th April 2016

Where?

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (Venue to be confirmed)

Registration

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Overview

Course Introduction

Employment Law or Labour Law concerns the legal relationship between employers and employees. Though there are well over a dozen Acts that relate to employers in Malaysia, it is perhaps the Employment Act 1955 & Industrial Relations Act 1967 that have the greatest impact on the industrial relationship between the employer and his employee. Much is said about having satisfied employees in a harmonious environment for greater stability and productivity, but is everything being done to attain this?

There are times when errant employees must be disciplined failing which employers may risk losing the loyalty of their good and productive workers. Dismissal will always be traumatic for the workman, but wrongful dismissal could be very expensive for the employer, both, financially and in reputation. Before a severe punishment is meted out, a domestic inquiry is recommended.

It is often held that employees receive favoured treatment at the Industrial Court, but this so-called ‘protection’ arises not because the employee is right but more so because the process implemented by the employer was not.

To achieve the objective of having satisfied employees in a harmonious environment for greater stability and productivity, it is not only necessary to know the provisions of the law, but to understand and also know its intentions and interpretations. It is only when employers know and understand what is required of them will they be in a position to respond positively for the effective management of their human capital.

This programme is designed to do just that!

Learning Objectives

By The End Of This Programme, You Will Be Able To:

  • Understand The Salient Provisions Of The EA

  • Ensure competency in compliance to the laws and employment contracts

  • Know The Obligations Of An Employer & Employee

  • Know What Constitutes Misconduct At Work

  • Understand The Principles of Natural Justice

  • Know the Process For A Domestic Inquiry

  • Avoid The Unsavoury Consequences Of Wrongful Dismissal

Key Topics

Employment Act 1955

  • Scope & Application of the Act

  • Objectives / Purpose

  • Definitions

  • Contracts of & for Service

  • Matters Relating to Wages

  • Maternity Protection

  • Statutory Benefits

  • Employment of Foreign Employees

  • Penalties & Offences

  • Termination of Employment

  • Termination & Lay-Off

Industrial Relations Act 1967

  • Sec. 20: Representation On Dismissals

Security of Tenure

Misconduct In Employment

Domestic Inquiry

Evaluation

Who Should Attend?

Managers, Executives, Supervisors and HR Administration personnel : especially those who may have to contribute to the implementation & management decision-making process involving employee benefits and rights, and employer-employee relationships.

PROGRAMME FORMAT

This course will be held in a highly interactive workshop format with Role Simulation Exercises based on real world examples. Places are limited to ensure all participants gain maximum insight into world class strategic thinking.

PRE-COURSE QUESTIONNAIRE

To ensure that you gain maximum benefit from this event, a detailed questionnaire will be sent to you to establish exactly what your course needs are. The completed forms will be analysed by the course facilitator. As a result, we ensure the course is delivered at an appropriate level and that relevant issues will be addressed.

CERTIFICATE

Upon completion of the course, you will receive a Certificate of Attendance bearing the signatures of the Course Organizer. This Certificate will testify to your professional development and assist in your advancement.

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