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The HR Managers Handbook 2nd Ed 9789674571818

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This book is designed as a ready reckoner for all Human Resource practitioners.

The first chapter deals with how an Employees Handbook should be prepared and provides a sample. The second chapter deals with a step-by-step approach to the Domestic Inquiry Procedure with samples of all the relevant letters. The third chapter explains how the various calculations are made under the Employment Act 1955 and also provides a suggested overtime formula for those earning more than RM4,000 in West Malaysia and for those who are outside the scope of the Labour Ordinance Sabah and Labour Ordinance Sarawak (LOS).

Chapter Four is a set of 63 FAQs and answers on the Employment Act 1955 and Regulations. Chapter Five deals with the different types of termination of employment and provides sample letters. Chapter Six deals with how a claim for recognition from a Union should be dealt with and Chapter Seven is about Collective Bargaining.

Chapter Eight is a set of 55 FAQs and answers to the Industrial Relations Act 1967. The Code of Conduct for Industrial Harmony is also reproduced as an easy reference. The aim of this book is to provide a practical guide on all matters that HR Managers have to deal with.ABOUT THE AUTHOR

T. Balasubramaniam has been involved in industrial relations since 1961. After obtaining a Second Class Upper Honours in Social Science (Econs), with distinction in Industrial Relations, he also obtained his LLB (Hons). He founded Meca Employers Consulting Agency in which he was the CEO and Principal Legal Advisor. He has served on the National Labour Advisory Council and has represented employers before the Industrial Court and the Labour Court.

He has also served as a part-time lecturer in Labour Law at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, a part-time tutor in Economics at Universiti Malaya and in Quantitative Methods at Universiti Sains Malaysia. He has conducted numerous courses on labour law and industrial relations and is the author of six previous books on labour law.


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