(Face to Face) MACC ACT SECTION 17A: Dealing with Corporate Liability on the Company and Deemed Personal Liability on Directors & Senior Management, 9-10 June 2021 @ Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur
By 1 June 2020 the Corporate Liability Provision, the latest amendment that has been introduced in the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2009 (MACC Act 2009) will take full effect as confirmed by the Prime Minister’s Office Statement on 21 May 2020.
How will your company be affected by this new act? How do you put together an adequate compliance framework to safeguard your organisation from corporate liability? Do you know that MACC has made its first arrest under section 17A under the ASPRM 2009 Law?
Remote Online Learning: Microsoft Office Essentials for Secretaries, Admin Assistants & PAs, 19-20 May 2021 via Zoom
Learn about a wide range of computer applications with this hands-on workshop. Designed to give you the computer skills and business know-how required in today’s office environment, this programme is ideal if you want to learn about current computing applications, update your existing skills or develop work-ready computing skills. Focusing on support roles, you’ll gain a sound understanding of spreadsheets, databases, word processing, and business document layouts.
Introduction to purchasing, current trends, options, and tools currently available in the marketplace, and will explore technology resources and methods of selection of technology suppliers and vendors. A step-by-step process for sourcing and negotiation and a discussion on the use of third-party facilitators and enablers will also be included. Supply Chain Management relationship focus on the supply market intelligence, relationship assessment and management, negotiation, contracting, and managing conflict in business relationships in a globally integrated supply chain. Negotiation skill required in every situation within the organizational environment.
Remote Online Learning: Understanding Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) & The Implication of EU’s General Data Protection (GDPR), 4-5 May 2021 via Zoom
Is your organization fully in compliance with PDPA? Do you know in early May 2017, a company in the educational industry was charged under the Personal Data Protection Act 2010 (PDPA) for processing the personal data of former employees without a certificate of registration. If convicted, the maximum penalty is a fine of RM500,000 or up to three years in jail or both.