TITLE: EMPLOYMENT ;AW MASTERCLASS FOR MANAGERS & HEAD OF DEPARTMENT: WITH 2019 LATEST UPDATES
Kuala Lumpur: 4th-5th MARCH 2019, Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur
KUCHING: 8th-9th APRIL 2019, The Waterfront Hotel, Kuching
KOTA KINABALU: 29h-30th APRIL 2019, Le Meridien Kota Kinabalu
According to Human Resource Minister YB Kulasegaran, The Human Resources Ministry is in the process of amending a total of nine Acts related to employment which are expected to be tabled in Parliament by the end of 2018. This is part of the ministry effort to increase the standard of labour practices in Malaysia. He is also warning employers that there will be stiffer penalties for employers that clout the law.
Effective human resource management is more vital today as businesses are venturing into the borderless world. Never before have domestic business and industry faced the intense competition presented by foreign and multinational corporations. As the Malaysian economy is recovering, businesses have to cope with an increased demand with limited resources while maintaining the stakeholders’ interest. Managers have the responsibilities of personnel-related activities. This makes the role of line managers even challenging. Human resource managers normally act in advisory capacity, working with other managers regarding human resource matters.
Establishing day-to-day relationship of mutual respect and trust with subordinates, applying labour laws and labour contract consistently, handling grievances, discipline are the responsibilities of all line managers. Therefore, the knowledge of salient labour regulations are essential for all managers so as to reduce legal exposures.
This two-day course offers in respect of the industrial relation perspective introduction to key issues in Malaysian employment law and provides practical guidance on employment issues. At the end of this programme, participants will be able to apply the relevant provisions in the labour legislations in handling employee relations.
- Understand The General Requirements Of The Labour Laws Of Malaysia And Its Relative Application At Work.
- Ability To Implement The Right Processes And Procedures Covering The Crucial Areas: Hiring; Managing Human Resources; Effective Deployment; Setting Of Kpis, Consequence Management [Management Of Disciplinary Issues; Correspondence; Domestic Inquiry; Termination Process And Legal Claims By Dismissed Employees
- Ability By Management/Organization To Reduce The Risk Of Wrong Human Resource Management Practices
For further details about this course you may contact:
KUALA LUMPUR: Azrul: 088-731510 / Azrul@cfrontier.com or Emily: 088-731412 / Emily@cfrontier.com
KUCHING: Joan: 088-731575 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
KOTA KINABALU: Annette: 088-731576 or email at email@example.com