Redundancy arises when there are surplus employees to a company’s manpower requirements. Contrary to the common understanding that redundancy arises due to losses or dire financial difficulties faced by a company, redundancy can take place due to automation, change in processes, restructuring and reorganisation for efficiency and productivity.
Speech by K.Somasundram, Assistant Secretary from MTUC, given in Labour Law Seminar held on Apr 10, 2015.
The topic of this presentation is collective bargaining in a difficult environment, and the perspective is regional. All of the other speakers in this excellent program are better qualified than me to comment on collective bargaining in Malaysia, so I will not presume to do so.
Speech by YBhg Datuk Shamsuddin Bardan, Executive Director Malaysia Employers Federation, given in Labour Law Seminar held on Apr 9, 2015
Speech by Prof. Ashgar Ali Ali Mohamed from IIUM, given in Labour Law Seminar held on Apr 10, 2015
Speech by Pn Adlin Abdul Majid, Advocate & Solicitor from Lee Hishamuddin, given in Labour Law Seminar held on Apr 9, 2015
Speech by Mr. K Siva Kumar, Advocate & Solicitor from Skrine, given in Labour Law Seminar held on Apr 9, 2015
This conference brings together all stakeholders in labour and employment practice in Malaysia. With speakers from the Industrial Court, the Ministry of Human Resources, the Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF), the Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC), the corporate sector as well as HR consultants, academicians and prominent lawyers from Malaysia, Indonesia and New Zealand amongst others.
Enclosed be is the full speech by Kiran Dhaliwal from Messrs Y.N. Foo & Partners during a seminar on Family Law held at Concorde Hotel on 27 November 2014
Enclosed below is the full speech by Foo Yet Ngo, from Y N FOO & PARTNERS, during a seminar on Family Law held at Concorde Hotel on 27 November 2014.