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  Facilitator  
  Krishnan Ramasamy
 
  Trainer & Consultant  
   
   
  Event's Profile  
 
Date : 23 & 24 May 2018
Time : 9am - 5pm
Venue
:
Suite 7-5, Level 7
Wisma UOA II
21, Jalan Pinang
50450 Kuala Lumpur
 
   
  Registration  
  Online Registration, please
 
   
  Registration via Fax,
please download form here
and fax it to (603) 2713 6869.
 
   
  PM Resources' Contact  
 
(603) 2713 6868
(603) 2713 6869
training@pm-resources.com
www.pm-resources.com
/training-series/
 
   
  Sharing  
 
 
   
     
   
  In-house Training  
  Apart from the above program, the following are also available for in-house training:
 
   
 
1. Customer Care and Service Excellence
2. Effective Production Planning & Warehouse Control to Ensure Quality & In Time Delivery to Customers
3. Understanding Goods & Service Tax for Retailing Industry
4. Understanding Goods & Service Tax for Construction & Engineering Industry
5. People Skills for Managers
6. Advance Brainstorming & Mind Mapping for Management Decision Making
7. Sales Negotiation
8. Developing Effective Employee Handbook
 
   
   
 
 
Understanding Malaysian Labour Law & Its Implication to the Organisation
A 2-Day Programme
Date : 23 & 24 May 2018 (Wednesday & Thursday)
Time : 9.00 am - 5.00 pm
 
Introduction
 
The course, Malaysian Labour Law deals with contractual rights and duties of employers and employees. Employment contracts is the source of many of terms and conditions which governs an employee’s working life. The legal basis for them is the terms of the individual contract between the employer and employee. The importance of the employment contract has increased over the years through statutory process, thus requiring an employer to give its employees written statement of most important conditions of employment, and thereby making the relationship more definite and formal.

Objectives
 
The program should achieve the following objectives:
Make employers aware of their rights under the law
Avoid unnecessary and costly litigation at the labour court and industrial court
Know the statutory and inherent irghts of Employers and Employees
Ensure compliance with employment and contracts by employees
Protection against illegal action by employees
Learn and practice essential telephone skills
Develop happy attitudes in serving the customers
 
Programme Outline
Module One
The Employment Act 1955
Employment Contracts
Statutory Requirements
Change of Ownership / Poor Business
Claims for Monies due to Employers
Recovery of Overpayments
Module Two
The Industrial Relations Act 1967
Employers Prerogatives
Dealing with unfair dismissal (Sec 20)
Understand the Role and Functions of the industrial court
Module Three
Employers Right Pertaining to
Probationers
Absentees
Medical leave delinquents
Poor Performance
Inefficiency
Habitual Late-Comers
Major Misconduct
Permissible Disciplinary Action
Module Four
Employers Right pertaining to Termination of Contracts
Frustration of Contract
Medical Board-out
Expiry of Fixed Term Contracts
Retirement
Module Five
Legalities Pertaining to
Down sizing
Reduction of benefits and increments
Pay / Salary Cuts
Voluntary Separation scheme
Transfer / Training
Module Six
Legalities pertaining to Retrenchment Exercise
Procedure for retrenchment
The LIFO Principle
The code of conduct for industrial harmony
The industrial court awards and legal precedents
Module Seven
General Principles Enunciated by the industrial court pertaining to employer - employee relations
Constructive dismissal
Misconduct
Breach of Contract
The recommendation of the code of conduct for industrial harmony 1075 on "TERMINATION"
Module Eight
OSHA 1994 - (Occupational Safety and Health Act, 1994)
Legal requirement and obligations
The components of contract of employments
Employers / employee's right and obligations
Statutory provisions
Written terms of employment contract
Implied terms of employment contract
For more programme’s details, please
Who Should Attend
GM’S, Managers, HR/ Admin/ Finance/ Personnel who are responsible for the Human Resource performance, control, and motivation
Methodology
Lectures
Discussions
Practical exercises
Analysis of relevant Court Awards
Your Investment
The early bird date is May 09, 2018
Early Bird
RM1, 431 per participant
Standard
RM1, 537 per participant
Group 3 for 2
RM3, 074
(1 Free for Every 2 Participants)

All fees above are inclusive of tea break, lunch, training material, certificate of attendance and also 6% GST.
 
 
 
 
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