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Long-term Visa for Spouses of Malaysians stays
 
PUTRAJAYA, March 20 (Bernama) -- The government will not scrap the regulation regarding the issuance of long-term visa for spouses of Malaysians, Chief Secretary to the Government Tan Sri Mohd Sidek Hassan said. He said that stern action should instead be taken against those found to have misused such visa owing to a "loophole" in the regulation which meant to cut red tape. Last Friday, an English tabloid reported that a "visa loophole" had allow syndicates to bring in foreign women to work as
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Immigration DG clarifies Circular
PUTRAJAYA, March 20 (Bernama) -- The Immigration Department today denied claims by a news report which blamed one of its circulars as having caused an uncontrolled influx of foreigners into the country and ther ...
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Industrial Court: Melanie Ann a/p Stanley v Four Seasons Resort
Employment law - Dismissal - Misconduct - Falsification of documents - Whether misconduct established - Whether dismissal without just cause or excuse
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Industrial Court: Subramaniam a/l Marikkan v JKL Security Sdn Bhd
Employment law - Dismissal - Probationer - Alleged negligence at work - Whether dismissal or resignation - Whether dismissal, if at all, without just cause or excuse
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Ex-Legal Assistant loses Appeal
KUALA LUMPUR: The long delay before the Human Resources Minister referred a purported dismissal in 1998 to the Industrial Court caused a former legal assistant to lose her claim.
Malaysia and Russia to sign Visa-free Agreement this Year
KUALA LUMPUR, March 14 (Bernama) -- Russia is looking at introducing visa-free travel for Malaysians to the federation, reciprocating such facility extended to Russian visitors to Malaysia, said Russian envoy Lyudmilla G. Vorobyeva.
Naluri ordered to pay 36 Months Wages to Ex-legal Head
KUALA LUMPUR, March 9 (Bernama) -- The High Court today ordered Naluri Corporation Berhad to pay 36 months wages to its former head of the legal and corporate unit Rizana Mohamad Daud, as compensation payable under her contract of employment.
 
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Capital Markets and Services (Private Retirement Scheme Industry) Regulations 2012
P.U. (A) 77 of 2012; 19 March 2012
Employment (Amendment) Act 2012
Act A1419; 9 February 2012
Pensions Adjustment (Amendment) Act 2011
Amendment Act 1411 of 2011; 31 December 2011
 
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Tightening the EPF Act
A Question of Business by P Gunasegaram
Regulating Staff Discipline
Reflecting on the Law by Shad Saleem Faruqi
Firing a Worker
Articles of Law by Bhag Singh
 
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Industrial Court: Warren Zawawi Hussein v Wagner Global Services (M) Sdn Bhd
Employment law - Dismissal - Whether independent contract or employee - Whether dismissal for just cause or excuse
Industrial Court: Metal Industry Employees' Union v Miyatech Precision (M) Sdn Bhd
Employment law - Collective agreement - Non-compliance
Industrial Court: Allianz Golfcar (MFG) Sdn Bhd v Chan Siew Foon
Employment law - Dismissal - Constructive dismissal - Whether there was constructive dismissal - Whether the employer has breached a fundamental term of the employment contract - Whether dismissal with just cause or excuse
 
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IRB Ruling on Tax Treatment of Employment Income of Foreign Nationals Working in Malaysia
Inland Revenue Board Malaysia has issued a public ruling (IRB Public Ruling No. 8/2011) on Tax Treatment of employment income derived by foreign nationals working in Malaysia.
Customs Notice: Declaration of Strategic Items by Travelers
The Royal Malaysian Customs Department has issued a notice on declaration of strategic items by travelers.
 
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Shearn Delamore to support MLTIC Employment Law Portal
Kuala Lumpur, 8 August 2011: Shearn Delamore & Co, one of the oldest and largest legal firms in Malaysia, has agreed to support MLTIC Employment Law Portal as part of their corporate social responsibility initiatives. An agreement to this effect...
MKMS launches New Look MLTIC Web Cluster
15 July 2011: Muttath KM Services (MKMS) has re-launched Malaysian Legal and Tax Information Centre (MLTIC), a Free Access to Law cluster of portals on Malaysian law and tax, with several enhanced features and a new look. The new web cluster, wh...
 
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