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Effective Human Resource Management which basically deals with matters in an organization ensures success and growth of SME (Small Medium Enterprise) and SMI (Small Medium Industries).

Implementation of effective and progressive HR Practices in an organization is vital for recruiting and retaining a high quality and productive workforce. Without productive employees, the best business plan and ideas of an organization will fail.

Our programme will provida hands-on knowledge in handling HR matters including preparation of HR documents, familisation with all Malaysia Labour Laws and advise on related HR regulatory requirements.

 

(a) Industrial Relations & Employment Practices in Malaysia

1.Employment Legislations

2.Employment Act 1955

3.Industrial Relations Act 1967

4. Employees’ Social Security Organization (SOCSO)

5. Employees Provident Fund (EPF)

6. The Management Prerogatives

7. Recruitment & Selection

8. Employers’ Obligation to Employees



REGISTER to READ

9. Termination of Employment Contract & Terminating an Employee’s Employment

10. Employment Terminations – How to Avoid Legal Problems

11. Examples of Misconduct

12. Domestic Enquiry & Its Procedures

13. Samples of Model Charge Sheets

14. Dispute Resolutions : Techniques & Agencies

15. Collective Bargaining & Agreement

16. Redundancy/Constructive Dismissal/ Unlawful Termination

17. Samples of Q&A – Industrial Relations & Employment Law

18. Work Permit

19. Faktor Mengawal Hubungan Pekerja


(b) Legislation

  1. Employment Act 1955
  2. Employment (Amended) Act 2012
  3. Wages Councils Act 1947
  4. Sabah Labor Ordinance
  5. Sarawak Labor Ordinance
  6. Children & Young Persons Act (Employment) Act 1966
  7. Workers Minimum Standards of Housing & Amenities Act 1990
  8. Weekly Holiday Act 1950
  9. Pensions Act 1980
  10. Industrial Relations Act 1967
  11. Trade Unions Act 1959
  12. Employees Provident Fund Act 1991
  13. Employees Social Security Act 1969
  14. Workmen’s Compensation Act 1952
  15. Occupational Safety & Health Act 1994
  16. Employment (Restriction) Act 1968
  17. Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad Act 2001

(c) Continuous Learning/Employee Development

  1. Marketing of Products
  2. Raw Materials, Production Quality Control
  3. Safety at Work/Working Environment
  4. Incentives for Staff/Employees

(d) Government of Malaysia

  • The Government of Malaysia refers to the Federal Government or National Government authority based in the federal territories of Kuala Lumpur and the federal executive based in Putrajaya.
  • Malaysia is a federation of 13 states operating within a constitutional monarchy under the Westminster parliamentary system and is categorised as a representative democracy.
  • (i) Federal Government / Malaysia Cabinet

  • The Malaysia Cabinet is the executive branch of Malaysia’s government.
  • The Federal executive based in Putrajaya

  • (ii) State Local Government / Federal Territory

  • The State Government in Malaysia are the Government ruling the 13 states. Each State Government is created by the respective State Constitution.
  • East Malaysia State Government

    The Federal Territories in Malaysia comprise three territories.

    Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya, & Labuan governed directly by the Federal Government of Malaysia.

    Kuala Lumpur is the National Capitol of Malaysia, Putrajaya is the Administrative Capitol, Labuan is an Offshore International Finance Centre.

    West Malaysia Federal Territory

    East Malaysia Federal Territory


    (iii) Other Governmental Agency

  • List of Other Governmental Agency

  • (e) Manufacturing License (Checklist & Application Templates)

    Department of Lands & Mines Johor

    Department of Occupational Safety & Health (DOSH)

    Fire Department


    (f) Business License (Checklist & Application Template)

    Johor Bahru City Council (MBJB- Majlis Bandaraya Johor Bahru)


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