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
- Sick leave eligibility
- Rights to those earning more than RM1,500.00
- Part-time and foreign employees
- Incentive payment schemes
- Flexible hours of work
- Powers of the labour department
- Annual Leave Eligibility And How To Calculate?
- Medical Attention – Sick Leave – Hospitalisation
- What Constitutes Maternity, And What Does Not?
- Maternity Leave And Maternity Benefits
- Prolonged Maternity Leave
- Conditions Of Employment Of Women
- Restrictions On The Employment Of Children & Young Persons
At this program's conclusion, participants should be able to:
- Gain a clear understanding of the aims and objectives of this training programme.
- Understand the legal meaning of all the important terms used in these Acts.
- Clearly distinguish the difference between a Contract of Service and Contract for Service.
- Understand the meaning of express and implied terms in a Contract of Service.
- Understand the meaning of Wages, ORP, Overtime rates, etc.
- Know how to avoid breaching the laws governing employment.
- Understand the role and jurisdiction of the Labour and Industrial Courts.
- Learn how to safeguard the Employer’s Rights and Management Prerogatives.
- Be exposed to the relevant cases in the Malaysian courts in respect to the Employment Act, the protection given to employees and the burden imposed on employers.
Mathy Randhawa is a certified Corporate Trainer by Delloitte 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 Bar by Lincoln’s Inn (UK).
Mathy has conducted training interventions in various industries; hotels, small scale industries, minor & major manufacturing industries, government units, public sectors, colleges & other educational institutions. She brings to table a proven expertise in identifying training needs, designing training content, developing assessment centers and executing them.
To compliment the above, Mathy has an extensive experience in customer service, recruitment, training and development of the workforce. Her clients including Cadbury Malaysia, Intel Kulim, Telekom Malaysia, Sime Logistic International, Puteri Pan Pacific Hotel, Mutiara Hotel, Iskandar Malaysia in collaboration with UTM, Khazanah Nasional Berhad, Sunway College, Olympia College and Stamford College.
As a result oriented Corporate Trainer, 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.
She has been in this field for almost 15 years and very well versed with labour laws and other aspects of Human Resources and Customer Relations. Experience in tailoring and customizing modules for corporate training. Modules organized will be based on four aspects of communication example speaking, listening, reading and writing.