FAQs ABOUT EMPLOYMENT LAW

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Employment Law

AM I ABLE TO DRAFT AN EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT ON MY OWN?


Drafting an employment contract can be done by oneself and the nature of the contract can be freely negotiated with the employee. However, there could several complications involved if such Contract of Service is not drafted properly. There could be loopholes and these loopholes could be exploited by the employee, hence causing a company to go through unnecessary headache.

Hence it is advisable to consult a professional legal service provider to assist in drafting such a document. They possess the necessary knowledge about the Employment Act and thus ensure that both the rights of the employee and employer would be protected. A comprehensive Employment Contract would be drafted to cater to the needs of the employer and employee.

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A CLAIM AND A COMPLAINT?


The main difference is that for a complaint, the identity of the person lodging the complaint is kept anonymous and all information is kept confidential.

WHAT CAN I DO IF I AM DISMISSED UNFAIRLY FROM MY COMPANY?


If you feel that you are dismissed from your company without a fair explanation or valid reason and wish to seek redress, he may write to the Minister for Manpower requesting for reinstatement. This should be done within one month from the date he was dismissed from the company. An assessment would be made whether there is sufficient ground to pursue this case.




 
 
 
 
 
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