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Irene sun
ireneswy@yahoo.com
12/08/2008 10:25:38
Re: Medical Claim

Good morning

i have facing th problem now.

our company is 5 working days,can i claim the medical fee on saturday?even i not working on saturday?because i high fever, cough plus i have asthma attach on saturday (19/7/08).

company have panel doctor.

My lady boss say i can't claim the medical claim on saturday because company is 5 working days.

May i know is this under labour law or not?

hear from soon.

Regards,
Irene sun

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KL Siew
kl_siew@yahoo.com
12/08/2008 10:50:36
Normally we don't want use our sick leave entitlement on rest days because there will be not substitute for another day as rest day. I don't know how much your medical claim comes to. Why not use that day's medical leave for another occasion? If you insist on getting your claim, I think you better consult the Labour Office.
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Irene Sun
ireneswy@yahoo.com
12/08/2008 11:43:55
Our medical claim only RM30, but the panel doctor charge me RM50.00, due i have asthman have to pump the Oxigen.

I dont mind company won't give me RM50 full amount,at least RM30.00 can claim back.

Thank you very much KL Siew

i will refer labour office.

Regards,
Irene sun
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Irene sun
ireneswy@yahoo.com
14/08/2008 14:27:28

Good afternoon.

Good News ! Yesterday our company confirm to pay me back the Medical fees RM30.00.

Have a nice day ! KL Siew.

Regads,
Irene sun
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Mllclim
06/04/2009 11:28:54
I would like to know whether the Company needs to pay medication claim for every employee of which not more than RM 200 per year? or RM 35 per visit? My company only pays for those who are permanent workers + top management staffs. Please advice whether it is the right thing to do by not allowing staff to claim on medication??
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