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Jun 15, 2012

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Events: Employment Act 1955 & Employment (Amendment) Act 2011

EMPLOYMENT ACT 1955 & EMPLOYMENT (AMENDMENT) ACT 2011

19 & 20 June 2012
9:00 a.m. – 5.00 p.m at Bangi, Selangor
The course on Employment (Amendment) Act 2011 will deal with changes arising from the amendments to the Employment Act passed by Dewan Rakyat at its session on 6th October 2011, and the consequential impact on terms and conditions of employment
TOPICS COVERED

Overview of the Employment Act 1955

AMENDMENTS

  • Amendment Section 2 – Interpretation
  • Amendment Section 4 – Appeals
  • Amendments of Part V – Relating to truck system
  • Amendments of Section 25A – Payment wages through bank
  • New Section 25B – Payment of wages of domestic servant
  • Amendments of Section 31 – Priority of wages
  • Amendments of Part VII – Contractors and Principals
  • New Section 33A – Information relating to supply of employees
  • Amendments of Section 37 – Length eligible period and entitlement to maternity allowance
  • Amendment of Section 40
  • Amendment of Section 42
  • Amendment of Section 60 – Work on rest day
  • Amendment of Section 60D – Holidays
  • Amendment of Section 60I – Interpretation
  • Substitution of Section 60K – Duty to furnish information and returns
  • Amendment of Section 60O
  • Amendment of Section 69
  • Amendment of Section 73 New Part XVA – Sexual Harassment
  • Amendment of Section 82
  • Amendment of Section 86
  • New Section 90A – Protection of Officers
  • Amendment of Section 92
  • Amendment of Section 1010A
  • New Section 101B – Offence by body corporate, etc.
  • Amendment of Section 102 – Regulations
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
All those involved in handling personnel and industrial relations functions. TRAINER
Goh Seng Wing is a Senior Consultant – Industrial Relations with Malaysian Employers Federation. He has extensive experience in the interpretation of the employment law in Malaysia. A former Deputy Director General of Labour, Semenanjung Malaysia, and a former Senior Director, Department of Industrial Relations, Malaysia.

COURSE FEES

A course fee of RM 650.00 (Members) & RM 800.00 (Non Members) per participant will be charged and payable to MEF Academy Sdn Bhd. Early registration is encouraged.
REGISTRATION FORM
We would like to register the followings for course on
EMPLOYMENT ACT 1955 & EMPLOYMENT (AMENDMENT) ACT 2011
19 & 20 June 2012
1. Mr/Mrs/Ms :…………………………………………………………………….
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2. Mr/Mrs/Ms : ……………………………………………………………………
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Company : …………………………………………………………………..
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Cheque No: …………………………………………… payable to MEF Academy Sdn Bhd is attached.
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Signature : ………………………… Date : ………………………….
Please send registration form to Fax No: 03-79556808 OR email: roszanariah@mef.org.my;nazlina@mef.org.my
Code: EA/6&7May2010

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