As an employer, business owner and employee in Malaysia, you’ll need to understand the Malaysia Employment Act (1955) clearly to ensure compliance. The EA does not cover every single employee in Malaysia, but it does cover the majority of employees and is the main legislation on employment matters in Malaysia.
The Employment Act (1955), also known as the EA, is an act that outlines the rights of employees and employers and their obligations under the law. Human Resources personnel have a significant role in ensuring that the company is operating and managing its employees by complying with the various Malaysia Labour Laws. It is imperative to comply with various pertinent Acts to ensure a fair workplace, an engaged workforce and to avoid expensive lawsuits.
This e-learning video is designed to update the participants with the latest amendment which will come into force in January 2023.
At the end of this session, participants will be able to:
This module will discuss what EA 1955 is about and determine and separate the employees who within the scope
This module will be discussing the new Terms and Conditions on the latest amendments of the EA on Apprenticeship, Calculation of Wages, Pregnancy and Maternity, Work Hours, Leaves and Foreign Employees.
This module is discussing on the new arrangement of flexible work arrangement, disputes on wages, discrimination in employment, awareness of sexual harassment and forced labour
This module will give a key point summary of each of the latest amendments of the act.
Employment Act 1955: Must-Know 2023 Amendments