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Training Directory 2022
 
MEF ACADEMY
3A06-3A07, Block A,
Phileo Damansara II,
No. 15 Jalan 16/11, Seksyen 16,
46350 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor Darul Ehsan,
Malaysia

Tel: 603-7955 7778
Fax: 603-7955 1945
 
 
Upcoming Trainings & Events
 
“Criminal” MisconductOnline Learning – Microsoft Teams 30 August 2022 (9am-5pm)
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Course Fee
RM 700 (inclusive SST) per participant
 
INTRODUCTION / OBJECTIVES
“Criminal” misconduct may take several forms namely theft, drugs, sexual harassment, committing violence or fraud. Tackling the current pandemic situation, employers need to be vigilant dealing with specific criminal misconduct and the laws that govern it from the legal and industrial point of view. This programme is important to HR/ IR practitioners to take the right action.
 
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
All personnel task with employment matters
 
COURSE OUTLINE
The course will deal with the general concept of misconduct particularly “criminal” misconduct.
• Meaning and concept of misconduct
• Types of misconduct
• Meaning and concept of Criminal misconduct
• Criminal and ‘Non-Criminal” misconduct
• “Burden of proof” for criminal misconduct
• Section 114 (g), Evidence Act 1950
• Inquiry process for ‘Criminal’ misconduct
• Dishonesty and cheating
• Theft
• Violence
• Sexual harassment
• Punishment for ‘criminal’ misconduct
 
Trainer
Dato’ Hj Jalaldin Hussain, Senior Consultant – Industrial Relations. Upon reading law at the University of Malaya (1978-1982) and upon graduation, he was appointed to the Anti-Corruption Agency as Deputy Public Prosecutor (DPP) and held various positions in the Judicial and Legal service among others : Legal Advisor to the State of Kelantan, Director General of Institut Latihan Kehakiman dan Perundangan (ILKAP), Deputy Head of Law Revision and Law Reform at the Attorney General Chamber and Chairman of Industrial Court, prior to joining MEF in June 2021. He has vast experiences in the field of industrial relations and human resource development and management and has adjudicated on numerous Industrial Court cases.
 
Ms Prema Kesavan, Senior Consultant sultant – IR, MEF has experience representing employers in Industrial and Labour Court cases. Ms Prema Kesavan graduated with an LL.B Hons with University of Wolverhampton, she also has a PgDip in Marketing with University of Northumbria. She handles member companies’ cases at the Industrial Court and Labour Court. She provides advice to companies on industrial relations and employment related matters. She is a member of the Malaysian Institute of Arbitrators.
 
This course will also be conducted at the following dates/venues
 
There are currently no events scheduled for other dates or venues.