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MahWengKwai & Associates
During the period of MCO, apart from all the other restrictions listed in the Special Address, companies are compelled to close their premises.
MahWengKwai & Associates
Employee absenteeism is a common and recurring problem faced by employers in Malaysia.
SKRINE
As part of MCO 2.0, only 5 economic sectors, deemed essential economic sectors, are allowed to operate in the affected States.
SKRINE
The employee's employment was converted from permanent to fixed term contract for a period of 3 years and further extended for 6 months until 30.4.2018.
SKRINE
The Temporary Measures for Reducing the Impact of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Bill 2020 ("Bill") was passed by the Dewan Rakyat (House of Representatives) on 25 August 2020 and the Dewan Negara (Senate) on 22 September 2020.
MahWengKwai & Associates
The minimum retirement age for employees in Malaysia is regulated by the Minimum Retirement Age Act 2012 which came into force on 1 July 2013.
Fakhoury Global Immigration
Effective November 1, 2020, all companies (including those registered both with ESD and with MDEC) intending to apply for new or renewal employment permits for foreign workers are required...
SKRINE
2019年员工房屋、住宿和设施基本标准(修正)法令("修正法令")已在2020年6月1日在马来西亚半岛和纳闽联邦直辖区生效。该修正法令的正式执法日
MahWengKwai & Associates
It is common practice for employers to hire employees under fixed term contracts in Malaysia. A fixed term employment contract is a contract for a specific period of time only.
MahWengKwai & Associates
Malaysian employment law requires employers to have "just cause and excuse" before dismissing their employees. Under Section 20 of the Industrial Relations Act 1967,
MahWengKwai & Associates
Due to the sudden spike in Covid-19 cases in Malaysia, the Government on 16 March 2020 announced the MCO to take effect from 18 to 31 March 2020.
MahWengKwai & Associates
Malaysian employment law requires employers to have "just cause and excuse" before terminating their employees.
Tay & Partners
Since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus / COVID-19 in January 2020, major industries such as travel, hotel, F&B, retail and manufacturing businesses in the country had felt the commercial disruptions caused by the outbreak.
SKRINE
A commentary on Perwaja Steel Sdn Bhd (In Liquidation) v RHB Bank Berhad and 789 Others by Foo Siew Li.
SKRINE
Sara Lau discusses the use of surreptitious recordings in employment disputes.
SKRINE
The recent Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak in the region has raised certain questions amongst employers on the dos and don'ts when dealing with potential…
Lee Hishammuddin Allen & Gledhill
The claimant commenced employment with the company in 1992 as Assistant Manager (Trainee) and last held a senior position of trust as Restaurant Manager at the company's KFC outlet in l-City, Shah Alam.
Lee Hishammuddin Allen & Gledhill
The claimant was employed as the Senior Boilerman.
Lee Hishammuddin Allen & Gledhill
Resignation in the face of threatened disciplinary action will not constitute a forced or involuntary resignation.
Lee Hishammuddin Allen & Gledhill
When an employee has been dismissed, internal company procedures allowing an avenue for further appeal will not affect the statutory timeframe for filing representations of unfair dismissal, the High Court held on 29 October 2019.
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