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Employment Act, 1955

November 8 @ 9:00 am - November 9 @ 5:00 pm

INTRODUCTION

Many employers are not familiar or unaware that The Employment Act contains certain rights for both the employer and the employee. As a result of this actions taken by employers contravene the law and they end up having to pay hefty compensation or pay fines due to non-compliance. Lack of understanding of labour laws also result in added cost to the employer and at the same time incurring time, money and legal fees when their employees take them to the Labour Court or Industrial Court

BENEFITS

Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  1. Be familiar with the requirements on contract of employment
  2. Be familiar with the rights of both the employer and the employees on terms of employment
  3. Understand the objective and coverage of the Act
  4. Be Aware of the minimum provisions of the Act on Leave, O/T, Maternity Benefits and Working Hours
  5. Be aware of the penalties for contravening the Act

TARGET AUDIENCE 

This program is designed for Managers, Assistant Managers, Executives, and Officers  involved in managing people in the workplace

METHODOLOGY

This program is essentially participative and practical with lectures, exercises, Industrial Court cases, group discussions & presentations

THE MODULES

  1. The Contract Of Service
  2. Types of Contracts Of Service
  3. Contract Of Service And Contract For Service
  4. Contractors And Principals
  5. Understanding Definitions And Application of Key Operative Terms In The Act
  6. Termination Simpliciter
  7. Employee Misconduct
  8. Wages
  9. Application Of Term ‘WAGES’
  10. The Law On Payment Of And Deductions From Wages
  11. Application Of Benefits Under Part 12 Of The Act
  12. Employer’s Obligations Under Part XIII
  13. Employment (Amendment) Act 2010

 

About the Speaker:

Sajni Dharandass

She attained her Master in Human Resource Management from Canterbury, University, Certificate in TEFL/TESOL from Teflex, UK, and Certificate in Safety & Health Officer – National Institute of Safety and Health (NIOSH). As a consultant and trainer, she is specializing in people development, English Language and Safety & Health. She has more than 18 years of training experience in various corporate companies.

If you wish to get more information, please download the brochure with registration form or call WIM Office at 03-77250268 / 77299909.

 

Date: 8-9 November 2017, Wed-Thu

Time: 9 am – 5 pm

Fee:

WBN Member – RM1000.00

Non-member – RM1200.00

Group (min 3) – RM1100 (An organization sending 3 or more staff members to attend is entitled to RM1100 per participant.)

(Fees inclusive of 6% GST, refreshments, luncheon, course materials and Certificate of Attendance.)

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Start:
November 8 @ 9:00 am
End:
November 9 @ 5:00 pm
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Wisma WIM
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