Understanding The Labour Law And Domestic Inquiry

RM850.00

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How Will You Benefit

Upon completion of this programme, the participants will be able to :

At the end of the course, participants will acquire a good understanding of the Employment Act. They will then be able to apply the legal aspects of the Acts to their human resource management system and formulate policies that will enhance a more harmonious employer-employee relationship

Who Should Attend

  • This program is designed for all HR Managers, Department Head, Executives and Administrators
  • Level for Head of Departments and above

Methodology

This program will be presented via interactive lecture, practical hands-on activities, role-play and group & individual presentation

Module

  • THE INTERPRETATION
  • CONTRACT OF SERVICE AND DEFINITION OF WAGES ON TERMINATION,
  • DISMISSAL AND RETRENCMENT
  • HOURS OF WORK AND OVERTIME
  • REST DAYS AND PUBLIC HOLIDAYS, ANNUAL LEAVE AND SICK LEAVE
  • MATERNITY PROTECTION
  • SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN THE WORK PLACE
  • MISCONDUCTS
  • DOMESTIC INQUIRY

Fee: RM 850 per pax


Loyalty Points: 850 Points


Duration: 1 Day


Note: In-house course is available. Request it HERE

Trainer

Francis Hirudayaraj A/L S. Arul

Biodata:
Francis Arul is a commanding presence in the field of human resource development, specialising in industrial relations, management and supervisory-level programs. He has more than 20 years of experience as a trainer and consultant. He also sits on the panel of various companies as their consultant and provides advisory services on all aspects of human resource management and industrial relations. His expertise and service has been recognized with the “Training Resource Person of the Year” award by MIM for consistent excellent evaluation for training programs conducted. He has also presented papers at national and international forums on human resource management and industrial relations in Japan, India, Iran and Indonesia.

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