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The Employment Act 1955 is the principal legislation governing employment practice in Malaysia. Since the
majority of employees fall under the ambit of this Act, it is imperative that the employers understand and
comply with the obligations mandated by the Act.
Employers of Part-timers
Anyone who has a working knowledge of the Employment 1955.
This is to ensure competency in compliance to the requirements of the law and the contract of employment
To ensure the understanding of the rights and obligations of both employer and employee.
To avoid the costly consequences of non-compliance and promote harmony in the work environment
To enable the organization to focus on the job of achieving growth, competitiveness and excellence with
minimal hindrances and deviation of energies
Contracts of Service are not unfettered.
Employer’s Rights and Employee's Rights.
Employer and Employee cannot contract out of the Law.
Probationary, Permanent, Fixed-Term, Task Based and Part-time
Implications for Employers.
Understanding the Difference.
Implications for the Employer through ‘Contract Tests’.
Liability of Principals
Wages Day, Hours of Work, Normal Hours of Work.
Ordinary Rate of Pay, Average True Days Wages.
Notice of Termination of Contract vide Section 12.
Termination for Willful Breach under Section 13 (2).
Employer’s action for poor Performance and Incompetence.
Action by Employer for misconduct under Section 14 (2).
Deemed Breach of Contract, vide application of Section 15 (2).
Understanding the term Wages under Section 2 (1).
Under the First Schedule.
Calculation of Ordinary Rate of Pay under Part 12.
Determining Unpaid Leave and Absence.
Determining ‘average true days’ wages as per Termination and Lay Off Benefits Regulations 1980.
Part IX of the Act.
Eligibility for Maternity Protection.
Maximum hours of work and Rest Days
Annual Leave and Public Holidays
Medical Leave and Hospitalization
Employers Rights in managing the benefits
Powers of the Director General under Section 69
Definition of employees extended to those earning RM5,000 and below
Setting aside decision made by Employer under Section 14(1)