Malaysian Industrial Relations and Employment Law Course

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Human Resource & Organisational Development Consultancy (HRODC) Postgraduate Training Institute
Course Programme For Malaysian Industrial Relations and Employment Law
Leading to Diploma a Postgraduate a in
Malaysian Industrial Relations and Employment Law
Part 1: Industrial Relations and Employment Law #1
Contents, Concepts and Issues
Defining Industrial Relations
A snapshots of International Industrial Relations
Why Industrial Relations?
The role of the government in Industrial Relations.
The Ministry of Human Resources.
Department of Labour, Pennsulla Malaysia
Department of Industrial Relations
Department of Trade Unions
Department of Occupational Safety and Health
Employees Social Security Organization ESSO
Employees Provident Fund EPF
Human Resource Development fund
Industrial Courts
Employment Legislations
The Employment Act and Sabah and Sarawak Labour Ordinances
The Employees Provident Fund
Act
The Employeea ™s Social Security Acts
The Occupational and Safety Health Act
The Trade Union Act
Law Restricting Employment of Non- Citizens
Immigration Act, 1959 and 1963
Employment (Restriction) Act. 1968
Law Relating to the Training of
Employees
Pembangunan Sumber
MANUSIA BHD Act. 2001
Part 2: Industrial Relations and Employment Law #2
Content, Concepts and Issues
Law Providing Basic Benefits
Employment Act 1955
Wages Councils Act 1947
Sabah Labour Ordinance
Sarawak Labour Ordinance
Children and young persons ( employment) Act, 1966
Workers Minimum Standards of Housing and Amenities Act, 1990
Weekly holiday Act , 1950
Pensions Act, 1980
Laws Establishing the Industrial Relation Framework
Trade Union Act, 1959
Industrial Relations Act, 1967
Public Services Tribunal Act, 1977
Social Security Laws
Employees Provident Fund Act, 1991
Employeea ™s Social Security Act, 1969
Workmena ™s Compensation Act, 1952
Safety Laws
Factories and Machinery Act, 1967
Occupational Safety and Health Act, 1994
Part 3: The Employment Act and Related Acts #1
Content, Concepts and Issues
The Individual Employment Contracts
Contracts of Service Written and
Oral Contracts
Terms and Conditions of the
Contract of Employments
Express terms of the contracts of
Employments
Changing the Terms of a Contract
Duration of the Employment
Contract
Enforcement of the Employment Acts
Labour Court
Coverage of the Employment Act
Wages and Manual Work
Employees Rights to Unionise
Notice to terminate an contract
Termination for misconduct
Bridge of contracts
Minimum days of work for Estate workers
Payment of wages
Ages Periods
Advances on Wages
Deduction from Wages
When no Wages need to be paid
Truck System
Hierarchy of Wages
Non Payments of Wages
Other Monetary Terms of the Contracts
Part 4: The Employment Act and Related Acts #2
Content, Concepts and Issues
Employment of Workers
Women and Night Work
Women and Underground Work
Maternity Protection
Working Hours and Leave
Rest Day
Maximum Working hours
Overtime
Public holidays
Annual Leave
Sick Leave
Termination Benefits
Employment of Foreigners
Changes to the Employment Act
Children and Young Persons Employment Acts
Employment of Children
Employment of young persons
Workers Minimum Standards of Housing and Amenities Acts
Employment (Restrictions Acts and the Immigrations Acts)
Part 5: Social Security Laws
Content, Concepts and Issues
Social Security Systems
Employees Provident Fund
Membership Contributions Withdrawals
Employees Social Security Acts
Scope of the Acts SOCSO
Effectiveness of Social Security Organizations
Workmena ™s Compensation Acts
Part 6: The Law on Occupational Safety and Health
Content, Concepts and Issues
Factories and Machinery Act, 1967
Occupational Safety and Health Act, 1994 (OSHA)
National Council for Occupational Safety and health
Duties of Employers
Safety Policies
Safety Training
Duties of Designers, Manufacturers and Suppliers
Duties of Employees
Regular Medical Examination
Appointment of a Safety and Health Officer
Safety and Health Committees
Notification of Accidents and Occupational Diseases
Improvement and Prohibitions Notices
Safety and Health, as a Continuing Cause for Concerned
Part 7: Malaysian Trade Unions #1
Content, Concepts and Issues
History of Trade Union
Reason for Joining Trade Unions
Economic Motives
Protection of Rights
Social Reasons
Trade Unions Objectives
Legal Definition of Trade Unions
Membership of a Trade Union
Rights to Form and Join a trade Union
Who can join a Union
Employers Attitude to Unions
Victimisations of Trade Unions Activities
Creating a Non-Union Environments
Registrations of a Big Union
Union Funds
Union Executives
Union Employees
Part 8: Malaysian Trade Unions #2
Content, Concepts and Issues
Modern Unions
Workera ™s Unions
Number of Unions
Size of Unions
Types of Unions
Public Sectar Unions
Private Sectar Unions
Structure of Unions
Affiliation to other bodies
Strength of the Trade Union Movements
Union Density
Trade Union Leaders
Union Reputation
Employers Associations
Congress of Unions of Employees
In the Public Sector and Civil Service (CUEPACS)
Malaysian Trade Union Congress (MITUC)
Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF)
The Media and the Trade Union Movements.
Part 9: Collective Bargaining
Content, Concepts and Issues
Private Sector
Deciding Terms and Conditions of Service
Collective Bargaining
Rights to Form Collectives Associations
Union Bargaining Strength
Recognition Procedure de- recognition
Bargaining in Good Faith
Bargaining Climates
Other Forms of Participations
Bargaining Procedure
Bargaining Levels
Negotiations Techniques
Preparation for Negotiation
Membership of Bargaining Team
Collection of Information
Union Opposition
Economic Information
Deciding Objectives, Strategies and Tactics
Getting Mandates
Stages in Bargaining
Collective Agreements
Items Generally Found in Collective Agreements
Recognition
Union Security
Compensation and Benefits
Existing Benefits
Procedures
Number of Collective Agreements sign per year
Public Sector
Terms and Conditions of a Service
Salaries Commissions
Complete Services Departments
National Joint Council (NJCs)
Public Services Tribunals
Part 10: Trade Disputes and Industrial Actions
Content, Concepts and Issues
Trade Disputes
Preserving Industrial Harmony
Industrial Actions by Employees
Picketing
Strikes
Strike Procedures
Strike in the Essential Services
When Strike is no permitted?
Right to Strike
Incident of Strike
a No Strike Clausesa
Support for Strike Actions
Industrial Actions by Employers
Lock out
Settlement of Trade Disputes
Direct Negotiations
Conciliations
Role of The Conciliator
Mediation
Arbitration
Fact-finding Machinery
Board of Inquiry and Committees of Investigation
Part 11; The Industrial Courts
Content, Concepts and Issues
Structure and Proceedings of the Courts
Awards of Courts
Jurisdiction of the Courts
Claims of Reinstatements Courta ™s Power in Claims of Dismissal without just cause or excuse
The court and claims relating to Retrenchments
Code of Conduct for Industrial
Harmony
Trade Disputes
Scope of Collective Agreement
Bonus
Salary Increases
Managerial Prerogative
Reduction of Existing Benefits
Interpretation of Collective Agreements or Awards
Complains of Non-compliance
Part 12: Discipline in the Workplace
Content, Concepts and Issues
Taking Disciplinary Action
Disciplinary Action and the Employment Act, 1955
Section 20, Industrial Relation Act., 1967
Claims of Wrongful Dismissal at the Height Course
Industrial Court Awards on Claims for Reinstatements
Taking Disciplinary Action
Organizational Rules
Disciplinary Action for Misconduct
General Guidance for Taking Disciplinary Action
Procedure Prior to Dismissing an Employee Guilty of Misconduct
The Rights to Hire and Fire
Recommended Procedures
Investigations
Domestic Inquiry
Conducting The Inquiry
Penalties
Industrial Appeal Procedures
Special Procedures for a Sexual Harassment
Disciplinary Action for Un satisfactory Performance
Constructive Dismissal
Frustration of Contract
Termination of Fix-term contracts
The Rights of Probations
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Duration:12 days
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Master's Degree Program Provided by Human Resource & Organisational Development Consultancy (HRODC) Postgraduate Training Institute
Malaysian Industrial Relations and Employment Law Course
Course Programme For Malaysian Industrial Relations and Employment Law
Leading to Diploma Postgraduate in
Malaysian Industrial Relations and Employment Law
Part 1: Industrial Relations and Employment Law #1
Contents, Concepts and Issues
Defining Industrial Relations
A snapshots of International Industrial Relations
Why Industrial Relations?
The role of the government in Industrial Relations.
The Ministry of Human Resources.
Department of Labour, Pennsulla Malaysia
Department of Industrial Relations
Department of Trade Unions
Department of Occupational Safety and Health
Employees Social Security Organization ESSO
Employees Provident Fund EPF
Human Resource Development fund
Industrial Courts
Employment Legislations
The Employment Act and Sabah and Sarawak Labour Ordinances
The Employees Provident Fund
Act
The Employee s Social Security Acts
The Occupational and Safety Health Act
The Trade Union Act
Law Restricting Employment of Non- Citizens
Immigration Act, 1959 and 1963
Employment (Restriction) Act. 1968
Law Relating to the Training of
Employees
Pembangunan Sumber
MANUSIA BHD Act. 2001
Part 2: Industrial Relations and Employment Law #2
Content, Concepts and Issues
Law Providing Basic Benefits
Employment Act 1955
Wages Councils Act 1947
Sabah Labour Ordinance
Sarawak Labour Ordinance
Children and young persons ( employment) Act, 1966
Workers Minimum Standards of Housing and Amenities Act, 1990
Weekly holiday Act , 1950
Pensions Act, 1980
Laws Establishing the Industrial Relation Framework
Trade Union Act, 1959
Industrial Relations Act, 1967
Public Services Tribunal Act, 1977
Social Security Laws
Employees Provident Fund Act, 1991
Employee s Social Security Act, 1969
Workmen s Compensation Act, 1952
Safety Laws
Factories and Machinery Act, 1967
Occupational Safety and Health Act, 1994
Part 3: The Employment Act and Related Acts #1
Content, Concepts and Issues
The Individual Employment Contracts
Contracts of Service Written and
Oral Contracts
Terms and Conditions of the
Contract of Employments
Express terms of the contracts of
Employments
Changing the Terms of a Contract
Duration of the Employment
Contract
Enforcement of the Employment Acts
Labour Court
Coverage of the Employment Act
Wages and Manual Work
Employees Rights to Unionise
Notice to terminate an contract
Termination for misconduct
Bridge of contracts
Minimum days of work for Estate workers
Payment of wages
Ages Periods
Advances on Wages
Deduction from Wages
When no Wages need to be paid
Truck System
Hierarchy of Wages
Non Payments of Wages
Other Monetary Terms of the Contracts
Part 4: The Employment Act and Related Acts #2
Content, Concepts and Issues
Employment of Workers
Women and Night Work
Women and Underground Work
Maternity Protection
Working Hours and Leave
Rest Day
Maximum Working hours
Overtime
Public holidays
Annual Leave
Sick Leave
Termination Benefits
Employment of Foreigners
Changes to the Employment Act
Children and Young Persons Employment Acts
Employment of Children
Employment of young persons
Workers Minimum Standards of Housing and Amenities Acts
Employment (Restrictions Acts and the Immigrations Acts)
Part 5: Social Security Laws
Content, Concepts and Issues
Social Security Systems
Employees Provident Fund
Membership Contributions Withdrawals
Employees Social Security Acts
Scope of the Acts SOCSO
Effectiveness of Social Security Organizations
Workmen s Compensation Acts
Part 6: The Law on Occupational Safety and Health
Content, Concepts and Issues
Factories and Machinery Act, 1967
Occupational Safety and Health Act, 1994 (OSHA)
National Council for Occupational Safety and health
Duties of Employers
Safety Policies
Safety Training
Duties of Designers, Manufacturers and Suppliers
Duties of Employees
Regular Medical Examination
Appointment of a Safety and Health Officer
Safety and Health Committees
Notification of Accidents and Occupational Diseases
Improvement and Prohibitions Notices
Safety and Health, as a Continuing Cause for Concerned
Part 7: Malaysian Trade Unions #1
Content, Concepts and Issues
History of Trade Union
Reason for Joining Trade Unions
Economic Motives
Protection of Rights
Social Reasons
Trade Unions Objectives
Legal Definition of Trade Unions
Membership of a Trade Union
Rights to Form and Join a trade Union
Who can join a Union
Employers Attitude to Unions
Victimisations of Trade Unions Activities
Creating a Non-Union Environments
Registrations of a Big Union
Union Funds
Union Executives
Union Employees
Part 8: Malaysian Trade Unions #2
Content, Concepts and Issues
Modern Unions
Worker s Unions
Number of Unions
Size of Unions
Types of Unions
Public Sectar Unions
Private Sectar Unions
Structure of Unions
Affiliation to other bodies
Strength of the Trade Union Movements
Union Density
Trade Union Leaders
Union Reputation
Employers Associations
Congress of Unions of Employees
In the Public Sector and Civil Service (CUEPACS)
Malaysian Trade Union Congress (MITUC)
Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF)
The Media and the Trade Union Movements.
Part 9: Collective Bargaining
Content, Concepts and Issues
Private Sector
Deciding Terms and Conditions of Service
Collective Bargaining
Rights to Form Collectives Associations
Union Bargaining Strength
Recognition Procedure de- recognition
Bargaining in Good Faith
Bargaining Climates
Other Forms of Participations
Bargaining Procedure
Bargaining Levels
Negotiations Techniques
Preparation for Negotiation
Membership of Bargaining Team
Collection of Information
Union Opposition
Economic Information
Deciding Objectives, Strategies and Tactics
Getting Mandates
Stages in Bargaining
Collective Agreements
Items Generally Found in Collective Agreements
Recognition
Union Security
Compensation and Benefits
Existing Benefits
Procedures
Number of Collective Agreements sign per year
Public Sector
Terms and Conditions of a Service
Salaries Commissions
Complete Services Departments
National Joint Council (NJCs)
Public Services Tribunals
Part 10: Trade Disputes and Industrial Actions
Content, Concepts and Issues
Trade Disputes
Preserving Industrial Harmony
Industrial Actions by Employees
Picketing
Strikes
Strike Procedures
Strike in the Essential Services
When Strike is no permitted?
Right to Strike
Incident of Strike
No Strike Clauses
Support for Strike Actions
Industrial Actions by Employers
Lock out
Settlement of Trade Disputes
Direct Negotiations
Conciliations
Role of The Conciliator
Mediation
Arbitration
Fact-finding Machinery
Board of Inquiry and Committees of Investigation
Part 11; The Industrial Courts
Content, Concepts and Issues
Structure and Proceedings of the Courts
Awards of Courts
Jurisdiction of the Courts
Claims of Reinstatements Court s Power in Claims of Dismissal without just cause or excuse
The court and claims relating to Retrenchments
Code of Conduct for Industrial
Harmony
Trade Disputes
Scope of Collective Agreement
Bonus
Salary Increases
Managerial Prerogative
Reduction of Existing Benefits
Interpretation of Collective Agreements or Awards
Complains of Non-compliance
Part 12: Discipline in the Workplace
Content, Concepts and Issues
Taking Disciplinary Action
Disciplinary Action and the Employment Act, 1955
Section 20, Industrial Relation Act., 1967
Claims of Wrongful Dismissal at the Height Course
Industrial Court Awards on Claims for Reinstatements
Taking Disciplinary Action
Organizational Rules
Disciplinary Action for Misconduct
General Guidance for Taking Disciplinary Action
Procedure Prior to Dismissing an Employee Guilty of Misconduct
The Rights to Hire and Fire
Recommended Procedures
Investigations
Domestic Inquiry
Conducting The Inquiry
Penalties
Industrial Appeal Procedures
Special Procedures for a Sexual Harassment
Disciplinary Action for Un satisfactory Performance
Constructive Dismissal
Frustration of Contract
Termination of Fix-term contracts
The Rights of Probations
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