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  Facilitator  
  Ms. Pat PW Yeoh
 
  Trainer & Consultant  
   
   
  Event's Profile  
 
Date : 05 & 06 March 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
 
   
   
 
 
Managing And Processing Payroll In Malaysia
A 2-Day Programme
Date : 05 & 06 March 2018 (Monday & Tuesday)
Time : 9.00 am - 5.00 pm
 
Introduction
 
Payroll is an organisation’s financial records of employees’ salary payments, bonuses and deductions. An organisation’s payroll management is expected to adhere to the latest statutory obligations as they are subjected to law and regulations. Effective and efficient payroll management ensures payslips are properly prepared, salaries are paid and statutory returns completed.

Apart from Employment Terms and Conditions, this programme will also highlight to participants the computation of EPF, SOCSO, HRDF contributions and income tax deductions according to the Employment Act 1955. In addition, the Malaysian payroll system, up-keeping of payroll system and other statutory requirements will also be covered.
Objectives
 
The program should achieve the following objectives:
Learn how to calculate pay based on employment terms & conditions according to the Employment Act 1955
Have an understanding of termination and lay off benefits and its computation
Understand the computation of EPF, SOCSO, HRDF contributions and income tax deduction
Understand in detail the background and benefits of EPF, SOCSO, HRDF contributions and income tax deduction
Learn how to set up the payroll systems and up-keeping of payroll system
To understand what are the year end reports & statutory requirement
 
Programme Outline
Module One
Definition of Payroll
Module Two
Employment Terms and Conditions
The Background
Definitions
Casual Workers
Temporary Employees
Employees Outside the Coverage of the Employment Act
Salary for Incomplete Months
Ordinary Rate of Pay
Notice Period and Termination
Inquiry, Misconduct and Suspension
Payment of Wages
Imprisonment and Court Attendance
Annual Bonus
Deduction from Wages
Advances to Employees
Female Employees
Rest Day
Work on Rest Day
Hours of Work
Shift Work
Holidays
Annual Leaves
Sick Leaves
Module Three
Application of Employment Act
Module Four
Employment Related Calculations
Part-time Employees
Wage Periods
Overtime on Public Holidays
Normal Overtime
Maternity Allowance
Unpaid Leave
Payment in Lieu of Notice
Payment for Annual Leave
Module Five
Application of Employment Related Calculations
Module Six
Termination and Lay-Off Benefits
Module Seven
Application of Termination and Lay-Off Benefits
Module Eight
Employees Provident Fund (EPF)
The Background
Obligations on Employers and Employees
Accounts of Contributors
EPF Benefits
 
- Additional Amount Payable to Members
 
- Investment by Members in Fund Management Institutions
 
- EPF Members’ Savings Investment Scheme
Retirement
Rate of Monthly Contribution
General
Module Nine
Social Security Organisation (SOCSO)
Background
1 st Category SOCSO Contributions
2 nd Category SOCSO Contributions
Assumed Wages
Calculation of Temporary Disablement Benefit
Module Ten
Human Resource Development Fund (HRDF)
Background
Rate of HRD Levy
Application of HRDF
Module Eleven
Income Tax Deductions
Background
Objectives of the Monthly Tax Deduction (MTD)
Employees’ Residence Status
Employee Category
Definition of Remuneration in the Income Tax context
Benefits-in-Kind (BIKs) and Value of Living Accommodation (VOLA)
Allowable Deduction and Rebate Under the Act
Child Relief
Optional Deductions
Computerised Calculation Method and Schedular Tax Deduction Method
Additional Remuneration Formula
Compensation for Loss of Employment
Additional information of the Monthly Tax Deduction (MTD)
Module twelve
Setting Up the Payroll System and Up-keeping
Yearend reports and statutory requirements
For more programme’s details, please
Who Should Attend
Finance Managers/Accountants
Finance/Accounts Executives
Human Resource Managers/Executives
Administration
Personnel Managers/Executives
Payroll Executives
Anyone who's responsible for payroll processing
Methodology
Highly interactive; you will learn via power-point presentations, presentations, group discussions and worksheets
Highly practical and experiential learning examples
Lively discussions and informative Q&A sessions
Highly informative and practical course notes for reference
Your Investment
The early bird date is 12 February 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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