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Training Directory 2024
 
MEF ACADEMY
3A06-3A07, Block A,
Phileo Damansara II,
No. 15 Jalan 16/11, Seksyen 16,
46350 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor Darul Ehsan,
Malaysia

Tel: 603-7498 7200

 
 
Upcoming Trainings & Events
 
[Face To Face] Criminal MisconductEastin Hotel, PJ 4 March 2024; 9am-5pm
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COURSE FEES
RM1,000 per participant (MEF Members)
RM1,200 per participant (Non-member)
*** inclusive SST
 
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 those involved in handling personnel and industrial relations functions
 
COURSE OUTLINES
The course will deal with the general concept of misconduct particularly “criminal” misconduct.
• 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
• Corruption
• Punishment for ‘criminal’ misconduct
 
*For more information, please click and refer to the brochure.
 
 
 
Trainer

DATO’ HJ JALALDIN HUSSAIN, MEF Senior Consultant – Industrial Relations. Dato’ Hj Jalaldin Hussain was the Chairman of Industrial Court in Kuala Lumpur (Task Force) with effect from 14 March 2018. Upon reading law with the University of Malaya in 1982, he joined the Anti-Corruption Agency as Deputy Public Prosecutor (DPP). In June 1983, Dato’ Hj Jalaldin was appointed as the DPP for the State of Perak and then as the Senior Assistant Registrar to the High Court of Johor Bharu. He was subsequently posted as Senior Assistant Registrar to the High Court Kuala Lumpur in the same year and was performing his duties as a Magistrate in Rawang, Selangor. In 1985, he was appointed as a Senior Federal Counsel with the Attorney General’s Chambers.
 
Dato’ Hj Jalaldin then moved back to the Anti-Corruption Agency as a Deputy Prosecuting Officer. In June 1990, he was posted to the Ministry of Home Affairs as Senior Federal Counsel an in 1992, he was posted to the Attorney General’s Chambers as DPP. Thereafter, in 1994, he was appointed a ‘Judge Advocate General’ with the Ministry of Defence. Following that, he was posted as Senior Federal Counsel, with Attorney General’s Chambers in 1998. In the same month, he was posted as Official Assignee and Official Receiver, a position he held until 2000 when he was appointed as Legal Advisor to the Sate of Kelantan. This was followed with an appointment as Director General of Institut Latihan Kehakiman dan Perundangan (ILKAP). In 2005, Dato’ Haji Jalaldin was the Assistant Commissioner with the Legal Advisory Department. In 2006, Dato’ Haji Jalaldin was appointed as the Chairman of Industrial Court Kuala Lumpur till his retirement in August 2014.
 
Dato’ Hj Jalaldin has vast experiences in the field of industrial relations and human resource development and management and has adjudicated on numerous Industrial Court cases. He re-joined the Industrial Court as Task Force Chairman in 2018 and retired on 31 December 2019. On 16 June 2021, he joined MEF as Senior Consultant – Industrial Relations.
 
This course will also be conducted at the following dates/venues
 
There are currently no events scheduled for other dates or venues.