By Ms. Ambigah Krishnan - 14 & 15 February 2019, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Kuala Lumpur
(100% Claimable From HRDF/PSMB)

The Employment Act 1955 forms the basis of employment contracts between employer and certain categories of mostly non-management employees. It also serves as a guideline for employees who are not protected under the EA.

The EPF Act 1991 is a retirement scheme for employees while the SOCSO Act 1969 is an insurance scheme for Malaysian employees for employment injury or invalidity. Both employer and employee are required by law to contribute to EPF and SOCSO.

The programme covers all the relevant aspects of the EPF and SOCSO Acts, Income tax deductions and Employee Insurance Scheme ie duties and liabilities of employers, the benefits and conditions for benefits and procedures for making claims.

  • Identify employees who are covered under the Employment Act 1955; EPF Act 1991 & SOCSO Act 1961
  • Register employees with EPF and SOCSO
  • Know the rates of deduction & contribution for different categories of employees for EPF and SOCSO
  • Identify the benefits to employees under the provisions of EPF & SOCSO
  • Make claims or assist in making claims for SOCSO employment injury and invalidity schemes
  • Assist employees to make withdrawals from EPF
  • Explain the benefits of EPF and SOCSO to employees
  • Explain the Employee Insurance Scheme to employees

Presentations, case situations, discussions

There will be Q & A sessions throughout the one day seminar.


General Managers, Human Resource Managers, Executives and Supervisors.

All HR Managers and Executives need to know the main provisions of the EA to avoid providing benefits less than the Employment Act. They may at times need to explain to employees some of the main provisions of the Employment Act so as to avoid misunderstanding.

They also may need to know the procedure to register new employees and to inform EPF & SOCSO of terminated employees. They may need to know how to make SOCSO claims for injury and invalidity.

As part of their corporate social responsibility and welfare, HR Managers and Executives may want to go even further and explain the benefits of EPF and SOCSO to employees so that employees or their families may claim the full benefit within the stipulated deadlines. Employers may also be able to help employees in this regard.

Ethical employers need to know the EA, EPF and SOCSO and EIS Acts to provide maximum support to employees



MODULE 1:EA:Normal Hours and OT

  • Normal working hours & days
  • Overtime Rates

MODULE 2:EA: Annual / Sick / Maternity Leave / PH / Rest Days and OT

  • No of days of entitlement
  • Conditions for paid leave
  • Encashment of leave
  • Rate for work done during normal hours / OT rates

MODULE 3: EA: Payment of Wages & Termination Benefits

  • Authorised deductions from salary
  • Limit in deductions
  • Rate of termination / retrenchment benefits
  • Modes of payment
  • Payment date

MODULE 4:EA: Disciplinary Procedure & Action

  • Suspension period
  • Payment rate during suspension before and after domestic inquiry
  • Types of disciplinary action after domestic inquiry

MODULE 5:SOCSO:Insurability

  • Applicability
  • Registration of Industries
  • Age limit of contributors


MODULE 6: SOCSO: Contributions

  • Who needs to contribute?
  • Recovery of contribution from immediate employer
  • Contributions where industries or employees are not registered
  • Returns and registers

MODULE 7: SOCSO: Benefits

  • Invalidity Grant
  • Temporary and Permanent Disablement Benefit
  • Total and Partial Disablement
  • Pension Scheme
  • Survivors’ pension
  • Dependents’ Benefit
  • Occupational Diseases
  • Funeral Benefit
  • Constant Attendance Allowance
  • Medical Benefit
  • Payment on death of employee
  • Education Benefit
  • Accidents while travelling

MODULE 8: EPF: Applicability

  • Who is an employee?
  • Definition of wages for EPF contributions
  • Age limit of contributors
  • Unclaimed monies

MODULE 9: EPF: Contributions

  • Registration of employer
  • Duty of employers regarding contribution
  • Rates of contribution by citizens & non-citizens & non-employees
  • Rate of contribution for employees below and above 55 years of age

MODULE 10: EPF: Withdrawal

  • Section 54. Withdrawals from the Fund
  • Procedures for Expenditure by pensionable employees
  • Expenses at age 50 and 55 years
  • Withdrawal for other reasons
  • Contribution to EPF after withdrawal
  • Withdrawal on other grounds
  • Full and partial withdrawals
  • Periodic withdrawal

MODULE 11: EIS [Employee Insurance Scheme]

  • Employee Insurance Scheme Act 2017
  • Interpretation of concepts useful for employer understanding of scheme.
  • Registration and Contribution by employer
  • Where employee has more than one employer
  • Assessment of contribution and arrears and interest payable
  • Benefits
  • Conditions to qualify contributions
  • Job search allowance
  • Early re-employment allowance
  • Reduced income allowance
  • Powers of officials to inspect and prosecute.
Your Trainer

Ms. Ambigah Krishnan, LL.B (Hons) London, CLP (Malaysia), TESOL (Canada) has more than 15 years of training and corporate experience in legal topics including civil litigation, Mergers & Acquisition, company law, corporate, Employment & Industrial Relations and banking issues. She is a PSMB licensed corporate trainer [Licence No TTT/3886] and Corporate Legal Adviser who has vast professional experience in the training industry. She has excellent communication, writing, people and class management skills.

Work Experience
Ambigah Krishnan is an experienced lawyer and trainer and has been involved in civil litigation, employment matters, Employment Law and IR, company matters, corporate, banking issues and Testamentary issues including the writing of Wills. She has trained and lectured for private companies and government entities. Participants made up of managers, CEOs, CFOs, corporate and government support staff and executives.

Areas Trained
She has conducted seminars for the Personal Data Protection Act 2010 & Standards 2015 and is experienced in project management on Personal Data Protection Compliance implementation, Employment law including mock Industrial hearings of Domestic Inquiries, Law relating to Termination under Malaysian Labour law, Employment Law for HR and Non HR Managers, Tenancy laws and Procedure, Drafting Commercial Contracts and Terms, Seminar on Prevention of Staff Fraud in association with PDRM, Entrepreneur seminars for fresh graduates and business community.
She has trained for the Federation of Manufacturers of Malaysia (FMM) in areas of Contract law.

Involved in advice and drafting of Human Resource policies and procedures and has written Human Resource Manual for the corporate sector and also is involved in the drafting and advice of Personal data processes, procedures and policies.

In summary
When not conducting training programs, Ambigah Krishnan is busy with her legal consultation especially in the corporate field.

Benefits of hiring Ms. Ambigah Krishnan
Ms. Ambigah’s forte in conducting legal programs is that she enhances Legal programs with Legal Practitioner’s advice and opinions. She also shares her experience as Legal advisor and Litigation lawyer to be part of teaching of legal programs. She is able to combine the elements taught in a specific program both soft skills and Legal with real life requirements for those on the job.

Industry Experience
Trained for Telecommunication sector, Health sector, Finance sector, Government of Malaysia, Insurance sector, Education sector [Universities and colleges],Government Linked Companies, Auto Industry sector and Manufacturing sector.

Course Fee
(Course fee is inclusive of 2 tea breaks, lunch, course material,Certificate of Attendance)
Early Bird for training in KL : ( Book Before 31 January 2019 )
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(Course fee is inclusive of 2 tea breaks, lunch, course material, Certificate of Attendance)
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