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 02Power Query: Transforming Your Work Processes using Excel2 December 2021; 6 January 2022
 05Certificate In Industrial Relations 2021COMMENCEMENT: 5 December 2021
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 09Basic of Business Operations Management (SME Skills Scheme) - 4 Days9-10 December & 16-17 December 2021 (4 Days) - 9 AM - 5 PM
 14Collective Bargaining & Collective Agreement - The Law & Practice14 Dec 2021 (9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.)
 15Strategic HR - Practical Workforce Planning (Face to Face)15 December 2021
 16Basic Financial Management (SME Skills Scheme) - 4 Days16-17 Dec & 21-22 Dec2021 (4 Days) - 9.00 AM – 5.00 PM
 20Digital Professional (SME Skills Scheme) - 3 Days20 Dec - 22 Dec 2021 (9.00 AM – 5.00 PM)
 21Managing Workplace Issues on EA 1955, IRA 1967 and TUA 195921-22 December 2021
 28Certificate in Competency Based Human Resource Management (SME Skills Scheme) Session 228-29 December 2021 (9.00 AM – 5.00 PM)
 06Power Query: Transforming Your Work Processes using Excel6 January 2022
 25Tasks Automation with Microsoft Excel Macro / VBA (Fundamental & Intermediate) 25-26 January 2022
 


Conferences & Seminars
2021
27
Oct
MEF Online Remote Learning on "Practical Guidelines in Handling Disciplinary Matters".Microsoft Teams Meeting (Online)27 October 2021
Brochure & Registration FormOnline Registration
 
MEF Online Remote Learning
“PRACTICAL GUIDELINES IN HANDLING
DISCIPLINARY MATTERS”
WEDNESDAY, 27 OCTOBER 2021
9.00AM - 5.00PM

(Online Training via Microsoft Teams)
SBL Khas - HRDF Claimable
(subject to HRDF conditions and approval)
Objectives

It is important for everyone to understand that handling disciplinary matters is a collective responsibility; not just the responsibility of the HR Department. Everyone has an important role to do when an act of misconduct occurs.

The One Day Online Course entitled “Practical Guidelines in Handling Disciplinary Matters” is to lay the actions to be taken by all level of staff. This course is to guide not only the Supervisory and Managerial Staff but all in the Company to execute timely and lawfully appropriate action on any occurrence of disciplinary matters. At the end of this course, the Participants will achieve the following;
  • Understand the disciplinary process in accordance with the law and best practices of Industrial Relations.
  • Manage disciplinary matters proactively; minimize the need for formal discipline thus saving time and resources.
  • Manage discipline more effectively in the respective Company workstations.
The above will ensure the Participant’s understanding of the best practices in handling disciplinary matters confirming to Natural Justice.
Programme
8.30am – 9.10am
9.10am - 9.20am
9.20am – 9.40am
10.30am - 10.45am
10.45am – 11.00am
11.00am - 11.15am
11.15am – 12.00pm
 
 

12.00pm - 12.10pm
12.10pm - 12.20pm
12.20pm – 12.30pm
12.30pm – 12.40pm
12.40pm – 1.00pm
1.00pm – 2.00pm
2.00pm – 2.10pm
2.10pm – 2.40pm
2.40pm – 3.00pm
3.00pm – 3.10pm
3.10pm – 3.20pm
3.20pm – 3.40pm
3.40 pm – 3.50pm
3.50pm – 4.00pm
4.00pm – 4.15pm
4.15pm – 4.30pm
4.30pm – 5.00pm
 
Security of Tenure in Employment from the Legal Perspective.
Termination Simpliciter
Misconduct
Tea Break
Misconduct – Cont’d
Ireka Rooftech
Hours of Work, Annual Leave, Sick Leave and Payment of OT (Focusing among others and Sections 14, 15, 37, 59 (1) & (1A), 60D (1A) & (2)and 60I of the EA 1955, Tardiness, Absenteeism, Misuse of Sick Leave, and non – adherence to Company’s leave policy
Tea Break
Section 5(2)(a), 13 & 20 of the IRA 1967
Moral Turpitude
Insubordination
Q&A Session
Lunch Break
Collective responsibility
Due Process
Validity and Accuracy of the DI
Standard and Burden of Proof
Types of evidence
Grievance Avenue & Remedies Sought
Tea Break
Court Structure
Adjudication Avenue of Criminal Misconduct in Employment
Section 23 of Employment
Q&A Session
Trainers
Lt Col (R) Hj Mohd Akhir Bin Hj Hamzah
MEF Senior Consultant – Industrial Relations
Senior Consultant – IR in MEF. He started his career in the private sector as an Assistant Registrar at Universiti Tenaga Nasional (UNITEN). He joined UNITEN upon completion of his Master of Business Administration at the University of Wales, College of Cardiff UK. He is a member of the Chartered Institute of Transport (MCIT) UK and a UiTM graduate. Prior to joining MEF, he was a Senior Manager Human Resource at the International Medical University (IMU). Lt. Col. Akhir has represented member companies in many Industrial Court hearings at the Industrial Court. His other key role is as an HRDF Certified Trainer; conducting Industrial Relations courses, In house and at Public Programs. His forte is in Performance Management training with emphasis on Measuring of Employee’s Performance.
Dato' Hj Jalaldin Hussain
MEF Senior Consultant – Industrial Relations
He was the Chairman of Industrial Court in Kuala Lumpur (2006 - 31 December 2019), prior to joining MEF in June 2021 as the Senior Consultant – IR. He has vast experiences in the field of industrial relations and human resource development and management. Upon reading law with the University of Malaya in 1982, he was the Deputy Public Prosecutor (DPP) of Anti-Corruption Agency, DPP for Perak and Senior Assistant Registrar to the High Court of Johor Bharu (1983), Senior Federal Counsel of AG Chambers (1985 & 1998) and Director General of ILKAP (2000). 
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. 
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 of 6% SST
  • Non-Members: RM 700 inclusive of 6% SST
Enquiries ~  03-7955 7778
Pn. Rozameza (ext.131)rozameza@mef.org.my
Cik Norkhalidah (ext.163)norkhalidah@mef.org.my
Cik Samsiah (ext.146)samsiah@mef.org.my
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