HR-109 Understand the Law and Application of Employment Act, 1955
(100% Claimable under HRDF SBL Scheme)
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Are you aware of the provisions of the Employment Act 1955 and the implications and effects of the amendments? The Employment Act 1955 is the principal legislation governing employment practice in Malaysia. Since the majority of employees fall under the ambit of this Act, it is imperative that the employers understand and comply with the obligations mandated by the Act.
The amendments to the employment act 1955 have come into force and employers have been warned several times by the Ministry of Human Resources, through the media, on the consequences of non-compliance with the law. Are you aware of the provisions of the Employment Act and the implications and effects of the amendments, especially on the following:
Giving loans to employees and making deductions from their wages even with their consent
Paying wages by cheque or through a bank account.
Allowing female employees to resume work before the expiry of maternity leave and to be eligible and prerequisites for maternity leave.
Sick leave eligibility.
Rights to those earning more than RM1,500.00 and what is the latest amendment to this issue.
Part-time and foreign employees.
Incentive payment schemes.
Flexible hours of work.
Powers of the labour department.
These and many other provisions of the Act may have adverse consequences on your relations with your employees and therefore, it is imperative that you have a thorough understanding of the Act. This programme is designed to provide participants with knowledge and understanding of the Employment Act within the context of the latest amendments. This is to ensure competency in compliance to the requirements of the law and contract, understanding their rights, fulfilling their obligations, avoiding costly consequences and generally help them do a better job.
This is to ensure competency in compliance to the requirements of the law and the contract of employment.
To ensure the understanding of the rights and obligations of both employer and employee.
To avoid the costly consequences of non-compliance and promote harmony in the work environment.
To enable the organization to focus on the job of achieving growth, competitiveness and excellence with minimal hindrances and deviation of energies
This 2 days program provides an update on the impending amendments to the Employment Act that has already been tabled in Parliament.
Making the laws ‘come alive’ through examples, lively interaction, FAQ’s and topical Q&A sessions, with relevant case laws. Each participant would be given a copy of the Employment Act 1955 and comprehensive manual with explanatory notes and case law. The training will be using real case study and advice on how issues in the case studies should be handled. Participants will get a better understanding on the above highlighted topics.
At the end of the training, participants will be able to gain knowledge on how to manage the amendments and re-aline the amendments to their day to day HR activities, employee handbook, Collective Agreement and HR Policy & Procedures
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Human Resources, Managers / Executives, Administration Managers / Executives
Industrial Relations, Managers / Executives
Executive Secretaries, General Affairs Executives, Company Secretaries
Those intending to specialise in Human Resource Management.
Section 1: The Contract of Service Section 2: Types of Contracts of Service Section 3: Contract of Service and Contract for Service Section 4: Contractors and Principals Section 5: Understanding definitions and application of key operative terms in the Act Section 6: Termination Section 7:Employee Misconduct
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DATE & VENUE
21 & 22 November 2013 ( Training is confirmed)
Hotel Kota Permai Golf Resort
RM 1,000 nett per person
Mathy Randhawa is a certified Corporate Trainer by Deloitte United Kingdom with more than 10 years of work experience. She is a Law graduate from United Kingdom and has a certificate of Completion To The English Bar by Lincoln’s Inn (UK). Over 10 years of Experience in Soft skill-Training Industry.
Mathy has conducted training interventions in various industries; hotels, small scale industries, minor & major manufacturing industries, Government Units, Public Sectors, Colleges & Other Educational Institutions. Some Of Clients That She Had Assisted Are Cadbury Malaysia, Telekom Malaysia, Sime Logistic International, Mutiara Hotel, Puteri Pan Pacific Hotel, Khazanah National Employability Skills Programme, Iskandar Malaysia Employability Skills Programme, Technology Park Malaysia, Jabatan Perpaduan Negeri Johor & Putrajaya, Colgate Palmolive Malaysia, Genting Malaysia Berhad, Petronas Malaysia, Titan Chemicals And Etc.
Expert in conducting extensive presentations in Personality Development and the different modules. Exhibits an honest work ethic with the ability to excel in fast-paced, time-sensitive environments. Self-starter with the ability to analyze organizational behavior, business operations and recommend strategies to improve performance and maintain professionalism at all times. Identified and acquired and managed all aspects of the life Cycle.
As a result oriented Corporate Consultant, Mathy focuses in helping people dramatically increase their image impact, visual presence, improve their business and social skills, maximize their communication skills and improve their levels of performance.
Mathy’s experience in trainings allows her to infuse her natural enthusiasm and extensive practical experience with proven techniques to facilitate adult learning. She often focuses on the use of humour to facilitate change, which she believes lightens up the atmosphere and let people relax into learning. Mathy’s programs are noted for being, interactive, cerebral, energizing, and hands-on. She combines a practical facilitating style with a broad range of domain training experience, allied to her personal enthusiasm, to present dynamic and informative programs that participating audiences find easy to relate to.
All our training programs will be conducted by using English and Bahasa Malaysia
For more info or registration, kindly contact Ms Cassandra Tan / Ms Kangga at JB Office : 07-352 9002 or KL Office : 03-7804 8002
Organised by: Elco Management Consultants Sdn Bhd (633248-K)
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