Malaysian Employment Law Training System for HR Practitioners

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Looking to enhance your knowledge and skills in Malaysian Employment Law? Look no further than the Malaysian Employment Law Training System for HR Practitioners offered by LS HUMAN CAPITAL SDN. BHD. This comprehensive training program covers all aspects of Malaysian employment law, including regulations, compliance, and best practices.

Our training program is HRDC certified, ensuring that you receive high-quality and up-to-date information that will benefit your organization. Gain a competitive edge in the field of HR by enrolling in this training program today. Request a quote to learn more about how this program can benefit you and your team.
Learning Objectives

1. Understand the key principles and regulations of Malaysian Employment Law: Participants will learn about the essential aspects of Malaysian Employment Law, including the Employment Act, Industrial Relations Act, and other relevant legislation. They will gain a comprehensive understanding of the rights and obligations of employers and employees under Malaysian law.

2. Develop skills in managing employment issues and disputes: HR practitioners will learn how to effectively handle common employment issues such as disciplinary actions, termination procedures, and workplace disputes. They will acquire practical strategies for resolving conflicts and maintaining compliance with legal requirements.

3. Enhance compliance and risk management practices: Participants will learn how to ensure their organization's HR policies and practices align with Malaysian Employment Law to minimize legal risks and liabilities. They will also gain insights into best practices for maintaining accurate records, conducting audits, and staying updated on legal developments in the field of employment law.

Content Delivery Method

Physical, Hybrid

HRD Corp Certified Course


Duration and Language

1 to 2 days, English

Target Audience

Suitable for all levels of employees

Key Skillset Addressed

1. Compliance knowledge
2. Legal understanding
3. HR best practices