Procedure For Unfair Dismissal Claims In Malaysia
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Procedure for Unfair Dismissal Claims in Malaysia is your A to Z guide on an important aspect of industrial law, namely, the procedure for unfair dismissal claims in the Malaysian context.
The book is a comprehensive guide for legal practitioners, employers, employees, trade unions, ministry officials, academicians and students who want to keep abreast of industrial law and practices.
The fundamental principles of the subject are explained in a clear, concise and organised manner. Readers will find the book valuable as it contains the adjudication process from the start of dismissal and the stages that an employee will have to undergo, the mode of challenging the award and its enforcement. Many significant decisions of the industrial court and the civil court have been analysed critically. The procedure and trial in the civil courts involving common law wrongful dismissal are also featured in the book.