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Jean
25/04/2012 13:52:36
Re: New Company Rules

Recently the staff have been taking frequent emergency leaves. After giving them verbal reminders and warning for about 6 months, there has not been much changes. So the management issued a notice to all that warning letters will be issued if a staff takes 3 days emergency leave in a month. But the company will still consider the reasons for emergency leave. One staff said the company should get permission from the Labour office to proceed with any regulations. As I understand, how a company rules the company is no issue to the Labour office unless the staff is mistreated, shortchanged or the company is doing everything against the labour law set out. Please advise. Thanks.
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KL Siew
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25/04/2012 17:12:19
Well, the best way is to get some confirmation from the Labour Office. For me, I don't think it is necessary to get permission.
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Jean
26/04/2012 08:52:49
Hi. Thank you for the advise. I did call the Labour Office and spoke to an officer there. As your comment, he said it is not necessary to get permission as long as the changes do not breach any terms and conditions of employment.
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