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Cheryl
cherylvictor@hotmail.com
01/05/2008 23:23:09
Re: Maternity Leave Rights

Can an employer force employee to return to work during the 60-day maternity leave and claim to compensate based on daily rate of salary without anything in writing? Salary above RM1,500. Tq.
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KL Siew
kl_siew@yahoo.com
02/05/2008 07:37:38
The employer cannot do that. If the employer feels that she is strong enough and would like to earn a bit extra, then there is nothing wrong.
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cheryl
cherylvictor@hotmail.com
02/05/2008 11:01:22
Yes thank you. Should it be a mutual agreement between employer & employee or can employer insist?
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KL Siew
02/05/2008 12:16:21
Best by mutual agreement. Will any employer want to a thing like that to insist?
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Cheryl
cherylvictor@hotmail.com
02/05/2008 22:14:17
Actually yes, my employer is insisting. tq.
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KL Siew
03/05/2008 08:28:21
If that's the case, why not get a letter from your doctor saying you are unfit for work during confinement period and make a complaint at the Labour Department?
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cheryl
cherylvictor@hotmail.com
05/05/2008 23:33:17
Yes, thank you I will do so.
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