The Employment Laws Of Malaysia (EA 1955, LO Sabah 2004, LO Sarawak 2005) by Pagadala Cyril Papiah
Date: 9 August 2024 (Friday)
Time: 9:00am to 5:00pm
Venue: ON LINE TRAINING
Introduction:
The Employment Laws covers the minimum terms and conditions of employment for ALL employees at ALL levels from top management to lowest level employees.

It is a basic human rights law for employer-employee relationships and must be known by all employers.

It also provides some obligations and limitations from both employer and employee particularly in terms of work hours and OT and the administration of benefits. 

Objectives:
The purpose of the Employment Laws and who are covered by it;  differentiating the ‘contract of service’ and ‘contract for service’ 
Minimum wages administration; and how to calculate overtime and retrenchment benefits; and administrating the legal benefits of: sick leave, maternity leave, paternity leave, annual leave, rest days and public holidays  
Types of disciplinary issues 
Rules under the Children and Young Persons (Employment) Act 1966 and employment of part-timers 
Powers of the Labour Department and procedures 

Program Content:
(1) Introduction 
Purpose of the Employment Laws 
Who is fully or not fully covered under the Employment Laws 1955, 2004,2005?
Who is deemed to be an employee? 

(2) Employment Contracts  
Fixed term contracts 
Contract of and for Service
Casual Employees
Forced labour and discrimination 

(3) OT Work Rates  
Week days 
Off days / Rest Days 
Public Holidays
Incomplete month calculation formula

(4) Types of Benefits 
Maternity / Paternity Leave
Sick leave 
Annual Leave
Retrenchment 

(5) Minimum Wages Order (latest) and Wages Administration  
Minimum wages  
Authorised loans and deductions and their limits 

(6) Disciplinary Issues
Breach of contract 
Sexual harassment 
Due Inquiry / Domestic Inquiry (DI)    

(7) Children and Young Persons (Employment) Act 1966
Definitions of ‘child’ and ‘young person’
Work hours and days 
Prohibition of work  

(8) Employment (Part-time Employees) Regulations 2010
Normal hours and days for part-timers 
Benefits
OT payments    

(9) Labour Department Inspection  
Manner of inspection
Responsibility of employer and employee
Special powers of DG/Director    

Methodology:
Presentations and demonstrations
Who Must Attend:
HR Managers / HR Executives 
HODs / Line Managers 
Non-HR Managers / Department Executives  

Investment Fees:
RM972.00 (Including 8.00% Service Tax) per participant (Standard Fee)
RM700.00 (Including 8.00% Service Tax) per participant (Early Bird Fee, register by 02 August 2024)

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