Karen

1/14/2008 5:20:30 PM
Re: Employee earrning more than RM 5,000

Dear Sir

My questions below are for an employee earning more than RM 5,000

1) Which regulation are they covered/protected by?

2) If the employer has not given a confirmation at the end of the probation period in writing and it is more than 6 mths from the date of confirmation due a) what happens to the employee b) can the employee get a bonus
c) can the offer letter terms still be upheld even though there has been no written confirmation from the employer

3) Is it mandatory that a future employee of company be expected to disclose a pregnancy

4) Can an employee be terminated during the probation period due to being pregnant

Your feedback will be helpful
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KL Siew
kl_siew@yahoo.com
1/14/2008 9:25:53 PM
1. For employees with salary over 5k, they are protected to the extent of what are stated in their contract of service. These employees should see to it that when they sign the contract of service, the terms and conditions such as salary, medical benefits, bonus payment, working hours, leave entitlement etc etc are cleared stated. They can sue in the event of any breach. The civil laws, the Industrial Relations Act give them the protection.

2. You still have to look at what have been written in the contract of service. Anyway, unconfirmed employees are equally protected by the Industrial Relations Act as far as employment is concerned.

3. I am not aware of such a requirement. Airlines may have such stringent requirement for their air hostesses.

4. I am not sure if it is a good ground for terminating an employee's service. Better don't try it.

Please be aware that I am just sharing what I know and those are not expert opinions.
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