Title: Employment Law: Terminating Employment Relationship & Recent Development
Date: 19th – 20th July 2017
Venue: Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur

INTRODUCTION

The various legislation which govern the employer – employee relationship needs to be properly understood as non-compliance will lead to workplace conflict and disrupt the harmony of this essential relationship needed for business growth and profitability.

Inadequate implementations of employment laws and improper handling of misconduct and domestic inquiry can result in the Industrial Court ruling in favour of the employee and subsequently leading to costly monetary compensation by the employer.

This workshop to enable delegates to have a holistic understanding of employment laws, from drafting of employment contracts, to the proper method of terminating an employee whilst mitigating being taken to the Industrial Courts. The workshop will cover an in-depth overview of all current issues commonly faced by employers covering topics such as drafting of a full proof employment contracts, handbooks, how to deal with misconduct and poor performance, sexual harassment, misconduct, domestic inquiries, transfer of employees and even separation schemes, redundancy and retrenchment.

The workshop will also provide delegates with practical hands-on training on Domestic Inquiries (DI), focusing on the recommended method in framing proper DI charges and effectively conducting internal DI in accordance with the requirements of Malaysian employment laws.

BENEFITS

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

  • Examine the complexities in employment contracts
  • Deal with poor performance, misconduct and other disciplinary issues
  • Frame proper disciplinary charges
  • Conduct successful Domestic Inquiries
  • Review the employment right on transfer of undertaking
  • Assess the legalities of terminating an employment contract

For More Info, email grace1@cfrontier.com. This course is Fully HRDF Claimable Under SBL Scheme

 

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