Print  |  Favourites


FMM Perak Workshop on Dismissal & Termination of Contracts
Date : July 23, 2019
Time : 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Venue : Ipoh - FMM Perak, No 1, Lorong Raja DiHilir, 30350 Ipoh, Perak
Country : Malaysia

We are pleased to inform that FMM Perak is organizing a 1-day HRIR Workshop  on  July 23, 2019  (Tuesday)  @  9.00 am – 5.00 pm  @  FMM Perak,  Ipoh.

The concept of “unfair dismissal” or “unlawful termination” is not new in Malaysia.  Over the years, unfair dismissal has increased steadily and there has been a heightened awareness about employee rights in Malaysia. Nevertheless, there are many misconceptions that have not been corrected. Other than the notice clause in the employment contract, the employer still need to show reasonable “cause and excuse” of dismissal before the termination. With this in mind, an employer need to give tangible good reasons for any dismissal and not simply depend on the notice clause as in the employment contract. Otherwise, the employer might face the claim for unfair dismissal if they failed to do so. Having said that, an employee can terminate their employment contract for any reason by following the notice clause. However, the development in law and daily practices in this area has made the dismissal and termination of the employment of even a probationer or poor performer, if not handled properly, a costly and time consuming exercise.

 The  Workshop will be  facilitated by  FMM HR/IR  Advisor,  Mr. Kesavan.

 Therefore, due to the importance of the above Workshop, we hope to secure your participation.

 Please feel free to call me at 05-5488660 should you need more information.

  Registration Fee (Per Participant)
No. of ParticipantsMemberNon Member
1 RM 371.00 RM 530.00
Registration Deadline: July 16, 2019
  • Enquire Now
  • Download Programme / Brochure
Advertising Opportunities in FMM's Directories:
Copyright © 2019 Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers (7907-X)
Wisma FMM, No 3 Persiaran Dagang, PJU 9, Bandar Sri Damansara, 52200 Kuala Lumpur. 
Read FMM Personal Data Protection Act Policy