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 27Occupational Safety & Health at the workplace27-28 September 2021
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Conferences & Seminars
MEF Online Remote Learning – 7 Hours “Practical Guidelines In Drawing Up The Terms And Conditions Of An Employment Contract”Microsoft Teams (Online)11 August 2021
Brochure & Registration FormOnline Registration

MEF Online Remote Learning - 7 Hours
9.00AM - 4.30PM

(Online Training via Microsoft Teams)
SBL Khas - HRDF Claimable
(subject to HRDF conditions and approval)
A contract of employment adheres to the Contract Law Principles. It is a legally enforceable agreement between the employer and the employee or traditionally the two parties referred to as master and servant.
The contract creates rights, immunities and obligations on both parties.
The fundamental obligation of the employer is to pay wages; conversely, the employee is to provide services fulfilling expectations. It is so fundamental that the failure of both parties to these fundamental obligations will be deemed as having legally breach the contact.
So, the Contractual Terms in relation to the Benefits and Conditions of Service must be correctly drawn in the Contract of Employment. Any anomalies in the Contract Terms can create disharmony in the contractual relationship that can be detrimental to morale and productivity that are so pertinent for any company’s sustainability.
This course is designed to provide the “Practical Guidelines in Drawing Up the Terms and Conditions of an Employment Contract” within the framework of all facets of Employment Laws and Regulations, the implied common law rights and obligations of both parties and last but not least, conforming to the Industrial Relations Good Practices.
9.00am to 9.15am
9.15am to 9.45am
9.45am to 10.10am
10.10am to 10.20am
10.20am to 11.00am
11.00am to 11.30am
11.30am to 11.40am
11.40am to 12.15pm
12.15pm to 12.30pm
12.30pm -1.30pm
1.30pm to 2.30pm
2.30pm to 2.40pm
2.40pm to 3.00pm
3.00pm to 3.15pm
3.15pm to 3.30pm
3.30pm to 3.40pm
3.40pm to 4.15pm
4.15pm to 4.30pm
Employment Laws and Regulations
Categories of Employees
Contract of Employment
Master and Servant Relationship
Continue Contract of Employment
Q & A
Lunch Break
Terms and Conditions of Employment
Deliberation on Related Case Laws
Retirement Age
Contractual Obligations (Force Majeure/Frustration of Contract)
Q & A
Lt Col (R) Hj Mohd Akhir Bin Hj Hamzah
MEF Senior Consultant – Industrial Relations
Senior Consultant – IR in MEF. Prior to joining MEF, he was a Senior Manager Human Resource at the International Medical University (IMU). His career in the private sector initially was as an Assistant Registrar at Universiti Tenaga Nasional (UNITEN). He joined UNITEN upon completion of his Masters of Business Administration at the University of Wales, College of Cardiff UK. He is also a member of the Chartered Institute of Transport UK and a UiTM graduate. Lt. Col. Akhir has extensive experience in representing member companies in Industrial Court hearings at the Industrial Court. His other main key role is as a Trainer; conducting Industrial Relations courses at public programs and at company premises which include managing performance of employees.
Ms. Prema Kesavan
MEF Senior Consultant – Industrial Relations
Senior Consultant – IR, MEF. Prema Kesavan graduated with an LLB Hons with University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom. She handles member companies’ cases at the Industrial Court (IR) and Jabatan Tenaga Kerja (JTK). She provides advice to companies on industrial relations and employment related matters. She is a member of the Malaysian Institute of Arbitrators. She is also a certified HRDF trainer. She has conducted training programs for member companies in Petaling Jaya, Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Johor Bahru.
Who Should Attend
All practitioners involve in handling Human Resources (HR) and Industrial Relations (IR) matters for the company.
Seminar Fees
  • MEF Members: RM 600 (inclusive 6% SST)
  • Non-Members: RM 700 (inclusive 6% SST)
Enquiries ~ 03-7955 7778 
Cik Norkhalidah (ext.163)
Cik Musfirah (ext. 119)
Cik Wong Ping Sing (ext.134)
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