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Shimi
mfoongping@yahoo.com & shimimok@hotmail.com
04/02/2008 10:38:34
Re: Working Hours & Annual Leave

1) In appointment letter, working hours on every saturday is 8.30am to 12.pm but now my boss want to change the working hours to 8.30am until 1.00pm without any compensate. So what we need to do? It's company can change their regulation anytime?

2) In appointment letter, annual leave for

1st Year = 8 days
2nd Year = 8 days
3th Year = 12
4th Year= 12
5th Year = 12
6th Year= 16 days

but now my boss want to change our anuual leave to as below;

1st Year = 8 days
2nd Year = 8 days
3th Year = 8 days
4th Year= 8 days
5th Year = 8 days
6th Year= 8 days

3) If my company send someone going to business trip at oversea, did the company have to cover insurance for them or not?

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KL Siew
kl_siew@yahoo.com
04/02/2008 11:07:06
Have all those matters been implimented? If so, I don't they are correct. You have to bring the matter to the attention of the Labour Department.
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hey mun
hey_mun@yahoo.com
05/04/2008 19:10:41
I am working as a mechanic, my employer offered me with basic salary RM1800.
I work from Monday until half of Saturday. For year 2007, my employer paid my overtime with 1.5 times of hourly rate of pay on normal days work. The basis of working day per month would be 26 day.
Unfortunately, started March 2008, my employer set that the basis of days work per month became 31 days. It had reduced my overtime rate.

I would like to know for the following queries:
1. Is that I am being cover under Employment Act 1955?
2. Is that the rights for the employer to amend the daily salary to worker, although I am not under EA 1955?
3. I was signed for the appointment letter when I was join in, but due to the appointment letter there is no any articles to mention about the working days per month.

Yours advise is greatly appreciated.

Thank you,
WONG
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