Termination of Employment , Understanding the Process (2ND EDITION 2013) By Maimunah Aminuddin
TERMINATION OF EMPLOYMENT, UNDERSTANDING THE PROCESS (2ND EDITION 2013) By Maimunah Aminuddin
About The Book This book offers tools and techniques which will assist employers to stay safe when taking disciplinary action, conducting retrenchment exercises, removing non-performers and in any situation which leads to the termination of the employee's services.
Key Features • Suggestions on how to avoid various termination problems by hiring right and drafting careful contract documents • Sample letters, contractual terms and other related documents • Excerpts and incidents taken from Industrial Case awards to illustrate main points • A relevant Industrial Court award accompanied by a Commentary in most chapters • Checklists of activities to be undertaken prior to terminating an employee's contract
Who Should Read This Book • Employers • HR Practitioners • Legal Counsel • Trade Union Officers & Workers
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CONVEYANCING PRACTICE: UPDATES & DEVELOPMENTS 28 March 2013 (6CPD Point)
Speakers: Mr. Andrew Wong (Andrew Wong & Co.) & Mr. Jeremiah Ravindran Gurusamy (Arianti Dipendra Jeremiah) Date: 28 March 2013 Time: 8.30 am - 4.30 pm Venue: Eastern & Oriental Hotel, Georgetown, Penang
WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND THE SEMINAR? Get the most-up-to-date and comprehensive guide on conveyancing practice!
The following topics will be explained and discussed:
ESSENTIAL PROCEDURAL ASPECTS OF CONVEYANCING & LAND DEALINGS • Broad Overview of the Conveyancing Process • Rules & Ruling of The Bar Council • Biling & Solicitor's Remuneration Order • Checklist – Sale and Purchase Agreements • Taxation of Land Transactions: RPGT Issues
UPDATE ON NEW LAWS RELATING TO STRATA DEVELOPMENT Strata Titles (Amendment) Act 2013 • Change in period for compulsory application for subdivision of a building or land • Meaning of super structure stage ** New • Certificate of proposed strata plan** New • Schedule of parcels ** New • Limited common property and subsidiary management corporations • Effect of deletion of Part VII and The Second and Third Schedules UPDATE ON NEW LAWS RELATING TO MANAGEMENT OF COMMON PROPERTY Strata Management Act 2013 • Repeal of Building and Common Property (Maintenance and Management) Act 2007 • Dealings in building or land intended for subdivision – developer cannot sell unless a schedule of parcels has been filed • What is contained in a schedule of parcels • Phase development – amended schedule of parcels • Strata Management before existence of management corporation • Strata Management after existence of management corporation • Subsidiary management corporation and limited common property • Compulsory contributions to the sinking fund • Compulsory insurances • Strata Management Tribunal • Inter-floor leakage
WHO SHOULD ATTEND • Legal Practitioners • Bankers • Housing Developers • In-house Counsel • Conveyancing Clerks • Vendors and Purchasers • Chambering Students
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