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Termination of Employment

Date: 15 & 16 April 2020 (Wednesday & Thursday)
Time: 9.00am to 5.00pm
Venue: Holiday Villa Hotel, Subang

INTRODUCTION

In most organizations, irrespective the industries they represent – whether its manufacturing, tourism, mining, construction or agriculture - the synergy of performance, harmony at work and the evolvement of positive work environment is always derived from the cumulative effort of the direct as well as the Indirect manpower.

The discipline and performance of these categories of the labour force determines the organization’s high level of attainment; alternatively, their indiscipline may lead to retrogression. Thus, whilst the leadership is bent on motivating and developing them, the principles of integrity, fairness and firmness in disciplining these employees are expected to flow simultaneously from these direct operations as well as support Departments, which wholesome leadership will nurture continuous growth and success of the organization.

Thus, the enforcement of industrial discipline by these Head of Departments and their Managers, especially those who control large operation Departments face the biggest challenges as the organization surges to look for higher position of its products or services within their industry.

OBJECTIVES

  • To guide participants on the basic rights of employers and employees. Managers adorn the power of Management and will have to understand vicarious liability, both for their actions or inactions.
  • To make employers (Managers) avoid unnecessary litigation, which is considered Non Value added to Management. If disciplinary procedures and documentation are adhered it could avoid employers prerogative and integrity being questioned.
  • To display transparency in the disciplining procedures of Management, thus drawing mutual respect and harmony among all employees and at all levels.
  • WHO SHOUD ATTEND?

    HR & Admin Managers, Managers, and who are involved in managing people at workplace.

    COURSE OUTLINE
    Title
  • Statutory Provisions within the EA 1955 relating to control of misconduct at workplace.
  • Section 12 EA 1955 – Notice of Termination of Contract
  • Section 13 EA 1955 – Termination of Contract without notice
  • Section 14 EA 1955 - Termination of Contract
  • Section 15( 2) EA 1955 – burden of proof shifts ( when contract is deemed to be broken by employee /employer)
  • Other Sections of the EA 1955, whereby Legislation shifts the burden of proof on indiscipline/ non-conformance to basic rules on to the Employee
  • Understanding Minor, Major & Gross Misconduct
  • OTHER FORMS OF TERMINATION

  • Termination due to Poor Performance & within Expiry of Probationary period
  • Or extended Probationary period.
  • Termination due to Cessation of Business
  • Understanding the development of mutuality through VSS / Retrenchment
  • Medical board-out
  • Termination due to Poor Performance or Inefficiency - Confirmed staffs
  • Misconduct arising through lack of Morality at workplace ( Sexual Harassment )
  • Fixed Term Contract
  • Breach of Fundamental Contract Terms – Employer & employee
  • Admission or Confession of a Gross Misconduct
  • Retirement
  • Conditional Resignation
  • Notice of inquiry
  • The panel of inquiry
  • Presentation of the Management Case – ( Simulated Case study based on actual Case Facts - Team /Group work )


  • CASE BASED ON ALLEGED GROSS MISCONDUCT – PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION BY I.O/ ESTABLISHING THE PRIMA FACIE CASE /BURDEN & STANDARD OF PROOF – EXECUTING THE DI – KEY PROCEDURES REQUIRED IN THE DI - VERDICT RETURNED BY THE PANEL MEMBERS - LEADING TO MANAGEMENT’S DECISION TO TERMINATION OF EMPLOYMENT OR OTHER PUNISHMENTS.

    SECTION 20 ( 1 ) of the IRA, 1967 – the methods & Procedures to be adhered, justifying Employment terminations and to avoid unwarranted litigation and non-value added activities to the Management.

    TRAINER’S PROFILE

    Mr. Robert Siva has obtained his professional education in Management and Logistics Management and Operations UK and holds an MBA in Business Administration majoring in Logistics Management & Administration. He holds other certifications, which includes, Purchasing & Material Management.

    He has also been certified as Pegawai Penilaian (PP) under the Majlis Latihan Vokasional Kebangsaan (MLVK). He has vast experience of more than 33 years of working experience in the field of Manufacturing, Production, Trading and Human Resources.

    He was the Head of Logistics & Human Resources in the MNC and local companies. He has been in the Managerial and Senior Managerial position for the past twenty years and had been responsible for the entire supply chain operations of the company. He has vast experience and is an expert in Logistics and Supply Chain. He has trained numerous participants in the country and overseas. He is now the Managing Consultant and Director of Training and Development for Quality Minds Academy and Quality Minds Training & consultancy.

    COURSE FEES

    Early bird fee: RM1, 590 per person - Register by 8 April 2020

    Normal price: RM1, 855 per person – SBL Claimable (includes Lunch, Tea-Breaks, Course Notes, Certificate of Completion and 6% SST)

    *Group discount of 10% available (for 3 or more participants from the same company)

    ORGANISER

    Malaysian Export Academy
    No. 86, Jalan BP 7/8,
    Bandar Bukit Puchong,
    47120 Puchong, Selangor.

    Tel : 03 8066 3107
    Fax: 03 8066 6152

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    Asif International (M) Sdn Bhd
    19-2, Jalan Puteri 2/7
    Bandar Puteri
    47100 Puchong, Selangor

    Tel: 03 8066 3107
    Contact Person : Mohamed Ali Jinnah
    Email : mexportacademy2012@gmail.com

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