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Monday, March 30, 2020

Are Police Reports a Public Document That Can Be Circulated?

Have you ever lodged a police report in your life? A police report can be defined as a physical record or documents of any incident and/or fact and it is taken and/or recorded by...

Return to Status Quo – Arrears on Back Wages

In 2018, the case of Lee Lily and Leong Chee Kong against Novartis Corporation (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd. was heard together and reported in Award No. 2195 of 2018 as they had arisen from the...

Frustrated Employees – Time to Implement the Grievance Policy

In this current time, managing workforce with an iron fist is no longer suitable and employees now demand for better treatment including the right to seek redress for their workplace issues. This development in...

Financial Crime

Financial crisis is a situation where the value of financial institutions or assets drops rapidly.  It’s a result of institutions or assets being overvalued and intensified by the investor’s misbehaviour.  The 2007-2008 financial crises...

Tips to Increase Your Chances in an Unlawful Dismissal Matter

For the past few years, we have been experiencing more cases on unlawful dismissal, and in some cases, we see employers spending unnecessary money to resolve an unlawful dismissal matter. This means that more...

Proposed Amendments to Industrial Relations Act 1967 – Part Two

In this issue, I’d like to discuss further on the proposed amendments to the Industrial Relations Act 1967 (IRA) and its impact on the relationship between employers and trade unions. Beyond just the reduction of...

Proposed Amendment to the IRA 1967 – Part One

The Industrial Relations landscape of Malaysia continues to evolve and change and the new Government aims to make changes by way of amendments to bring Malaysia up to the standard with the International Labour...

FAQ on Sexual Harassments – Part Two

Sexual Harassment is an ongoing problem that companies face, and today, more cases have been brought forward to the public spotlight. Let’s discuss further with some frequently asked questions about sexual harassment in the...

FAQs on Sexual Harassment – Part One

Sexual harassment is an ongoing problem that companies face. Today, more cases have been brought forward under the public spotlight, and I’d like to discuss some of the frequently asked questions about sexual harassment...

Managing Falsified C.V.’s

In early 2018, there were two cases involving the same claimant and two different defending companies - Khoo Kim Loang v Shock Media Studio Sdn. Bhd. and Khoo Kim Loang v. Kim Siah...
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