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cwf369
cwf369@yahoo.com
29/05/2008 11:33:43
Re: EPF deduction

I would like to ask if im under a confirmation employee, and can my employer no pay for my epf? my boss said he will only pay after i get comfirmation employee. So i will like to knw is it wrong from employment act?
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KL Siew
kl_siew@yahoo.com
29/05/2008 11:43:18
As far as I know, employers have to contribute to EPF for employees who are on probation. You better ask the EPF office about it. Please note that EPF has nothing to do with the Employment Act. It is under the Employees Provident Fund Act.
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cwf369
cwf369@yahoo.com
29/05/2008 12:18:47
If my employer wanted to argue saying that it is a company rules.After probation only have contribution of EPF. So can i argue back stated by EPF law, employee sholud pay EPF as long as we work above rm10.
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KL Siew
29/05/2008 14:23:39
Don't argue with your boss, ask him to get advice from EPF.
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cwf369
cwf369@yahoo.com
29/05/2008 16:33:05
Hi KL Siew,

So how sholud mention this with my boss? Should I start up with him asking wether izit true after 3months only have contribution EPF? if he said yes..thn what should I do? I feel cheated because he never mention it b4 in interview time and no any black n white clause. I just get this news from my collegue saying that after probation only have EPF contribution. Should I seek for other job?
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KL Siew
29/05/2008 17:58:09
You can make a complaint at the EPF office if you feel so strongly about that.
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Joanne
y.loke@yahoo.com
04/06/2008 12:32:32
Hi Siew,

Goodday.


I am going to join a new trading company but in the interview it mention that EPF will only be deducted after confrimation.

The confirmation period is 3 months to 6 months.

Is it OK to join this company.?

Please advise!


TQ

Joanne


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