Seminar - A Practical Guide to the Malaysia Employment Act 1955 Amendments (8 February 2023)
Join us in a full day seminar as we dissect the changes to the Employment Act 1955 and its applications to human resource, legal, and business aspects, featuring credible lawyers, in-house counsels, HR Practitioners, expert HR trainers.
- Date: 8 February 2023 | Time: 0900 - 1730
- Venue: SimeDarby Convention Centre (SDCC), Kuala Lumpur
Seminar ticket includes a copy of Malaysia Employment Act 1955 Handbook
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The Employment Act 1955 has been the basis of Malaysian employment law, and the recent amendments to the act, which are scheduled to come into force on 1 January 2023, are set to revolutionize the employment landscape in the country. These changes are probably familiar to you, but what about the impact on businesses? What are some best practices that can be implemented by human resources?
This event is targeted but not limited to:
- Business Owners
- HR Practitioners
- In-House Counsels
- Employment Lawyers
Table of contents
- The Changing Landscape of Malaysian Employment Law
- What’s Changed?: Understanding the Amendments
- Enacting Change Part 1: Balancing Labour Costs and Flexible Working Arrangements
- Enacting Change Part 2: Maternity and Paternity Leave Provisions
- Practical Applications of the Amendments
- Enacting Change Part 3: Employment of Foreign Employees
- Promoting a Respectful Workplace