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Jayadeep Hari & Jamil
The appellant ("Mashkon") was formerly an employee of the respondent ("the Company").
Tay & Partners
It is settled law that a company has the right to organise and reorganise its business in the manner it considers best for better business management and efficacy
Donovan & Ho
Under Malaysian law, where an employee is subject to the Employment Act 1955 ("Act"), it is a statutory obligation imposed on the employer to conduct a "due inquiry" to ascertain whether an employee is guilty of misconduct before an employee can be dismissed or before any other major penalty is imposed (See: Section 14(1) of the Act).
Jayadeep Hari & Jamil
In the modern business world, it is common for com-panies to take over or merge with other companies or undergo internal restructuring exercises.
Donovan & Ho
As part of our continuing campaign to share our knowledge on legal matters, we have prepared another video in our 2 minute video series to cover basic information about unfair dismissal in Malaysia.
Jayadeep Hari & Jamil
"You're fired!" is an exclamation popularly associated to a situation whereby an employer informs his or her employee of the employee's dismissal or termination from the company.
Donovan & Ho
The High Court held that settlement offers (and their rejections) are inadmissible as evidence, if those settlement discussions took place while conciliation proceedings were still ongoing.
Donovan & Ho
Agnes Ann was a secretary at one of the top advertising agencies in Kuala Lumpur. One day in late February, she walked out of her job.
Donovan & Ho
If there is any common ground between employees and employers, it is that both of them usually hate annual performance reviews.
Skrine & Co
Zamir Hamdy Hamdan explains the need to safeguard employees' personal data. It is unquestionably the case that a fair amount of most corporations' repositories of personal data include those of their employees.
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Donovan & Ho
Under Malaysian law, where an employee is subject to the Employment Act 1955 ("Act"), it is a statutory obligation imposed on the employer to conduct a "due inquiry" to ascertain whether an employee is guilty of misconduct before an employee can be dismissed or before any other major penalty is imposed (See: Section 14(1) of the Act).
Tay & Partners
It is settled law that a company has the right to organise and reorganise its business in the manner it considers best for better business management and efficacy
Jayadeep Hari & Jamil
In the modern business world, it is common for com-panies to take over or merge with other companies or undergo internal restructuring exercises.
Jayadeep Hari & Jamil
"You're fired!" is an exclamation popularly associated to a situation whereby an employer informs his or her employee of the employee's dismissal or termination from the company.
Skrine & Co
Zamir Hamdy Hamdan explains the need to safeguard employees' personal data. It is unquestionably the case that a fair amount of most corporations' repositories of personal data include those of their employees.
Jayadeep Hari & Jamil
The appellant ("Mashkon") was formerly an employee of the respondent ("the Company").
Donovan & Ho
The High Court held that settlement offers (and their rejections) are inadmissible as evidence, if those settlement discussions took place while conciliation proceedings were still ongoing.
Donovan & Ho
If there is any common ground between employees and employers, it is that both of them usually hate annual performance reviews.
Donovan & Ho
As part of our continuing campaign to share our knowledge on legal matters, we have prepared another video in our 2 minute video series to cover basic information about unfair dismissal in Malaysia.
Donovan & Ho
Agnes Ann was a secretary at one of the top advertising agencies in Kuala Lumpur. One day in late February, she walked out of her job.
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