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Employment Act 1955 and Industrial Relations Act 1967 training from SGS – gain an understanding of these important pieces of legislation and how they have been put in practice.

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Our training course in Malaysia’s Employment Act 1955 (EA 1955) and Industrial Relations Act  1967 (IRA 1967) will provide you with an understanding of these two critical pieces of human resources legislation and how they have developed over the years. It emphasizes developments in courts and industrial tribunals.

Why choose EA 1955 and IRA 1967 training from SGS?

Since its enactment, EA 1955 has been the single most important point of reference for stakeholders in the Malaysian workforce – employees, employers and human resources practitioners. This act, which has undergone a series of amendments, spells out the minimum terms and conditions required for safeguarding employee livelihoods.

IRA 1967 lays down the ground rules for industrial relations in Malaysia. While the industrial landscape has changed since its inception, its provisions continue to effectively safeguard the rights of employers and workers, uniting stakeholders with the objective of creating a sustainable economy.

Upon completing this course, you will have gained a practical awareness of EA 1955 and IRA 1967, which you can incorporate into your day to day workforce management practices.

This two day course is suitable for managers and supervisors with staff members who report directly to them.

Trusted human resources management training from a leading course provider

Our training courses are delivered by experienced trainers who are experts in the field of human resources management.

Contact us today to find out more about our training courses in Malaysian labor law.