Navigating Employment Disputes in Malaysia
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• Employment law simplified: Legal information is explained in simple, easy to understand English. No jargon.
• Current trends and new developments: The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the employment landscape. This book covers some of the latest employment issues arising from the pandemic, and new employment trends taking place.
• Context: Key information is put into context through usable and sensible examples.
• Practical Tips: Knowing the law is half the battle; the other half is implementing your knowledge in a commercially sound manner. Practical tips are included on how to deal with specific employment disputes.
This resource is suitable for business owners, human resources professionals, industrial relations practitioners, and employees who want a deeper understanding of navigating employment disputes.
Table of contents
Chapter 1: What is Employment Law?
Chapter 2: Essential Rights of Employees
Chapter 3: Common Disputes Regarding the Nature of Employment
Chapter 4: The Employment Courts
Chapter 5: Unfair Dismissal Claims in the Industrial Court
Chapter 6: Just Cause and Excuse
Chapter 7: Other Ways an Employment Can End
Chapter 8: Interlocutory Applications at the Industrial Court
Chapter 9: Enforcement of an Industrial Court Award
Chapter 10: Challenging an Industrial Court Award
Chapter 11: Inquiries before the Director General of Labour
Chapter 12: Trade Unions
Chapter 13: Civil Claims
Chapter 14: Sexual Harassment & Discrimination
Chapter 15: Dealing with Litigation
Chapter 16: Looking Forward: New Trends
Chapter 17: Concluding Remarks