Tag: Industrial Court
Industrial Court chairman K Sarojini says Sharifah Faridah MAG Abdul Rashid was justified in treating herself as constructively dismissed due to the company's conduct.
Judge Nordin Hassan orders MAS to pay compensation to Ismail Nasarudin for unlawful dismissal, saying it is all right for union leaders to issue press statements on workers’ plight.
Industrial Court raps Jerald Wong Thai Hian for blaming his poor performance on company's technology platform.
The Industrial Court says Rohizir A Wahab had a legitimate expectation to be an employee of the company up to the age of her retirement as stipulated in her employment contract.
The complainant claimed breach of contract after the chairman's son took over half his job functions.
N Sivabalah says the Industrial Court order was erroneous and should be brought to the High Court for resolution.
Court chairman Bernard John Kanny explains RM870,408 award to employee reinstated after 58 months.
Industrial Court says dismissal for tarnishing the reputation of employers is too severe.
Penang High Court judge Hadhariah Syed Ismail rules the club’s termination of Vijayapal Singh’s service was unjust and unfair.
Human Resources Minister M Kulasegaran says this is to enable a faster settlement between an employer and employee.
The Human Resources Minister says ministry officers may have to come back at night, Saturday and Sunday or public holiday to dispose of the delayed cases.
Lawyer Anand Ponnudurai says removing the minister's discretion to refer dismissal cases to the court could expedite the administration of justice.
Amran Ahmad wants High Court to review Industrial Court's decision that Utusan Melayu (Malaysia) Bhd was justified in sacking him.
Nufam president Ismail Nasaruddin says human resources minister has failed to defend the rights of 3,600 retrenched workers.
Nufam president Ismail Nasaruddin says the affected workers who were retrenched in the Malaysia Airlines restructuring plan should have their day in court.
Tragic theme park ride for 8-year-old Adelene Leong was due to 'serious design fault and day-to-day failings', says judge, who decides not to fine company because it is in debt.
Industrial Court chairman's conclusion was a finding of fact and done based on the credibility of the witnesses, says Court of Appeal
Lotus Engineering Malaysia had to close due to uncollected debts and so had grounds to retrench its workers, says Industrial Court.