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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.
 
Court allows Nine Sacked Bank Employees to appeal
PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court has granted leave to nine sacked Bank Bumiputra Com-merce Bhd employees to file an appeal based on one of four grounds raised.
 
Amendments to Employment Act only Applicable for Labour Contractors
PUTRAJAYA, March 6 (Bernama) -- The government today decided that the amendments to the Employment Act 1955 pertaining to labour contractors are only applicable for the plantation sector.
 
EPF reminds Employers to remit New Contribution Rate
The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) has reminded employers to check that they have paid the correct employer’s contribution amount following the increase in employer’s statutory rate of EPF contribution for employees earning RM5,000 and below to 13 per cent effective January 2012 wages.
 
New Advert Guidelines for Job Agencies
The Labour Department is drafting new advertisement guidelines for job agencies as there have been many complaints from job seekers drawn to advertisements promising higher pay and better jobs in Singapore.
 
New Law to allow Early Retirement
KUALA LUMPUR: THE proposed law to raise the private sector retirement age from 55 years to 60 will contain provisions for those who wish to retire earlier.
 
Private Sector Retirement Age Bill in Final Stages
PUTRAJAYA, Feb 14 (Bernama) -- Human Resource Minister Datuk Seri Dr S. Subramaniam says the Private Sector Retirement Age Bill is at final stage of drafting.
 
Industrial Court cannot vary Awards once given
PUTRAJAYA: The Court of Appeal held that the Industrial Court chairman presiding over dismissal cases cannot alter awards once it is held that an employee is guilty of misconduct.
 
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