Malaysian Industrial Relations And Employment Law

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute
In Central London (Grossbritannien)

mehr als 9000 €

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  • Kurs
  • Central london (Grossbritannien)
  • Dauer:
    12 Days
  • Wann:
    Freie Auswahl

Suitable for: This course is designed for: Industrial Relations Officers. Human Resource Directors, Officers and Managers. Personnel Managers. Welfare Managers. University Academics. Ministry of Human Resources Officials

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Voraussetzungen: Degree or Work Experience


Wo und wann

Beginn Lage
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Central London
Carburton Street, W1W 5EE, London, Grossbritannien
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Was lernen Sie in diesem Kurs?

IT Law
Trade Union
Employment Law
Occupational Safety
Trade Unions
IT Security
Industrial Relations
Employment Act and Related Acts


Course Contents, Concepts and Issues:

Industrial Relations and Employment Law #1

  • Defining Industrial Relations
  • A snapshots of International Industrial Relations
  • Why Industrial Relations?
  • The role of the government in Industrial Relations.
  • The Ministry of Human Resources.
  • Department of Labour, Pennsulla Malaysia
  • Department of Industrial Relations
  • Department of Trade Unions
  • Department of Occupational Safety and Health
  • Employees Social Security Organization ESSO
  • Employees Provident Fund EPF
  • Human Resource Development fund
  • Industrial Courts
  • Employment Legislations
  • The Employment Act and Sabah and Sarawak Labour Ordinances
  • The Employees Provident Fund
  • Act
  • The Employee’s Social Security Acts
  • The Occupational and Safety Health Act
  • The Trade Union Act
  • Law Restricting Employment of Non- Citizens
  • Immigration Act, 1959 and 1963
  • Employment (Restriction) Act. 1968
  • Law Relating to the Training of
  • Employees
  • Pembangunan Sumber
  • MANUSIA BHD Act. 2001

Industrial Relations and Employment Law #2

  • Law Providing Basic Benefits
  • Employment Act 1955
  • Wages Councils Act 1947
  • Sabah Labour Ordinance
  • Sarawak Labour Ordinance
  • Children and young persons ( employment) Act, 1966
  • Workers Minimum Standards of Housing and Amenities Act, 1990
  • Weekly holiday Act , 1950
  • Pensions Act, 1980
  • Laws Establishing the Industrial Relation Framework
  • Trade Union Act, 1959
  • Industrial Relations Act, 1967
  • Public Services Tribunal Act, 1977
  • Social Security Laws
  • Employees Provident Fund Act, 1991
  • Employee’s Social Security Act, 1969
  • Workmen’s Compensation Act, 1952
  • Safety Laws
  • Factories and Machinery Act, 1967
  • Occupational Safety and Health Act, 1994

The Employment Act and Related Acts #1

  • The Individual Employment Contracts
  • Contracts of Service Written and
  • Oral Contracts
  • Terms and Conditions of the
  • Contract of Employments
  • Express terms of the contracts of
  • Employments
  • Changing the Terms of a Contract
  • Duration of the Employment
  • Contract
  • Enforcement of the Employment Acts
  • Labour Court
  • Coverage of the Employment Act
  • Wages and Manual Work
  • Employees Rights to Unionise
  • Notice to terminate an contract
  • Termination for misconduct
  • Bridge of contracts
  • Minimum days of work for Estate workers
  • Payment of wages
  • Ages Periods
  • Advances on Wages
  • Deduction from Wages
  • When no Wages need to be paid
  • Truck System
  • Hierarchy of Wages
  • Non Payments of Wages
  • Other Monetary Terms of the Contracts

The Employment Act and Related Acts #2

  • Employment of Workers
  • Women and Night Work
  • Women and Underground Work
  • Maternity Protection
  • Working Hours and Leave
  • Rest Day
  • Maximum Working hours
  • Overtime
  • Public holidays
  • Annual Leave
  • Sick Leave
  • Termination Benefits
  • Employment of Foreigners
  • Changes to the Employment Act
  • Children and Young Persons Employment Acts
  • Employment of Children
  • Employment of young persons
  • Workers Minimum Standards of Housing and Amenities Acts
  • Employment (Restrictions Acts and the Immigrations Acts)

Social Security Laws

  • Social Security Systems
  • Employees Provident Fund
  • Membership Contributions Withdrawals
  • Employees Social Security Acts
  • Scope of the Acts SOCSO
  • Effectiveness of Social Security Organizations
  • Workmen’s Compensation Acts

The Law on Occupational Safety and Health

  • Factories and Machinery Act, 1967
  • Occupational Safety and Health Act, 1994 (OSHA)
  • National Council for Occupational Safety and health
  • Duties of Employers
  • Safety Policies
  • Safety Training
  • Duties of Designers, Manufacturers and Suppliers
  • Duties of Employees
  • Regular Medical Examination
  • Appointment of a Safety and Health Officer
  • Safety and Health Committees
  • Notification of Accidents and Occupational Diseases
  • Improvement and Prohibitions Notices
  • Safety and Health, as a Continuing Cause for Concerned

Malaysian Trade Unions #1

  • History of Trade Union
  • Reason for Joining Trade Unions
  • Economic Motives
  • Protection of Rights
  • Social Reasons
  • Trade Unions Objectives
  • Legal Definition of Trade Unions
  • Membership of a Trade Union
  • Rights to Form and Join a trade Union
  • Who can join a Union
  • Employers Attitude to Unions
  • Victimisations of Trade Unions Activities
  • Creating a Non-Union Environments
  • Registrations of a Big Union
  • Union Funds
  • Union Executives
  • Union Employees

Malaysian Trade Unions #2

  • Modern Unions
  • Worker’s Unions
  • Number of Unions
  • Size of Unions
  • Types of Unions
  • Public Sectar Unions
  • Private Sectar Unions
  • Structure of Unions
  • Affiliation to other bodies
  • Strength of the Trade Union Movements
  • Union Density
  • Trade Union Leaders
  • Union Reputation
  • Employers’ Associations
  • Congress of Unions of Employees
  • In the Public Sector and Civil Service (CUEPACS)
  • Malaysian Trade Union Congress (MITUC)
  • Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF)
  • The Media and the Trade Union Movements

Collective Bargaining

  • Private Sector
  • Deciding Terms and Conditions of Service
  • Collective Bargaining
  • Rights to Form Collectives Associations
  • Union Bargaining Strength
  • Recognition Procedure de- recognition
  • Bargaining in Good Faith
  • Bargaining Climates
  • Other Forms of Participations
  • Bargaining Procedure
  • Bargaining Levels
  • Negotiations Techniques
  • Preparation for Negotiation
  • Membership of Bargaining Team
  • Collection of Information
  • Union Opposition
  • Economic Information
  • Deciding Objectives, Strategies and Tactics
  • Getting Mandates
  • Stages in Bargaining
  • Collective Agreements
  • Items Generally Found in Collective Agreements
  • Recognition
  • Union Security
  • Compensation and Benefits
  • Existing Benefits
  • Procedures
  • Number of Collective Agreements sign per year
  • Public Sector
  • Terms and Conditions of a Service
  • Salaries Commissions
  • Complete Services Departments
  • National Joint Council (NJCs)
  • Public Services Tribunals

Trade Disputes and Industrial Actions

  • Trade Disputes
  • Preserving Industrial Harmony
  • Industrial Actions by Employees
  • Picketing
  • Strikes
  • Strike Procedures
  • Strike in the Essential Services
  • When Strike is no permitted?
  • Right to Strike
  • Incident of Strike
  • “No Strike Clauses”
  • Support for Strike Actions
  • Industrial Actions by Employers
  • Lock out
  • Settlement of Trade Disputes
  • Direct Negotiations
  • Conciliations
  • Role of The Conciliator
  • Mediation
  • Arbitration
  • Fact-finding Machinery
  • Board of Inquiry and Committees of Investigation

The Industrial Courts

  • Structure and Proceedings of the Courts
  • Awards of Courts
  • Jurisdiction of the Courts
  • Claims of Reinstatements Court’s Power in Claims of Dismissal without just cause or excuse
  • The court and claims relating to Retrenchments
  • Code of Conduct for Industrial
  • Harmony
  • Trade Disputes
  • Scope of Collective Agreement
  • Bonus
  • Salary Increases
  • Managerial Prerogative
  • Reduction of Existing Benefits
  • Interpretation of Collective Agreements or Awards
  • Complains of Non-compliance

Discipline in the Workplace

  • Taking Disciplinary Action
  • Disciplinary Action and the Employment Act, 1955
  • Section 20, Industrial Relation Act., 1967
  • Claims of Wrongful Dismissal at the Height Course
  • Industrial Court Awards on Claims for Reinstatements
  • Taking Disciplinary Action
  • Organizational Rules
  • Disciplinary Action for Misconduct
  • General Guidance for Taking Disciplinary Action
  • Procedure Prior to Dismissing an Employee Guilty of Misconduct
  • The Rights to Hire and Fire
  • Recommended Procedures
  • Investigations
  • Domestic Inquiry
  • Conducting the Inquiry
  • Penalties
  • Industrial Appeal Procedures
  • Special Procedures for a Sexual Harassment
  • Disciplinary Action for Un satisfactory Performance
  • Constructive Dismissal
  • Frustration of Contract
  • Termination of Fix-term contracts
  • The Rights of Probations

Zusätzliche Informationen

Malaysian Industrial Relations And Employment Law - Leading to Diploma-postgraduate, Progressing to Postgraduate Diploma, Accumulating to Ma, Mba, Msc, Incorporating Industrial Relations, Employment Legislations, the Employment Act And Sabah And Sarawak Labour Ordinances, the Occupational And Safety Health Act, the Individual Employment Contracts (london)