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Discover our perfect service for employer protection and employee advocacy with our comprehensive employment law services in Malaysia.

With more than a decade experience, Hafiz Norkhan & Co understands the needs of both employers and employees, offering tailored solutions to navigate the legal landscape effectively. For employers, we provide strategic guidance to ensure compliance with Malaysian employment regulations, from contract drafting to dispute resolution.

Meanwhile, our unwavering support for employees means we're ready to fight for their rights and interests when needed, offering representation in cases of unfair treatment or discrimination. Whether you were injured on the job or are a victim of workplace discrimination, wrongfully dismissed, sexual harassment, or a wage/hour disputeHafiz Norkhan & Co can help.

Backed by years of experience and a passion for helping people in need, we will provide you with the strong representation you deserve. You can count on us to guide you through every stage of the legal process while making sure your rights are protected.

Unfair Dismissal: Disputes may arise when an employee believes they have been unfairly terminated from their employment. This could involve allegations of wrongful dismissal, breach of contract, or termination without due process.

Discrimination: Discrimination based on race, gender, religion, age, disability, or other protected characteristics is prohibited by Malaysian law. Disputes may arise when an employee feels they have been subjected to discriminatory treatment in recruitment, promotion, job assignments, or other aspects of employment.

Wage Disputes: Issues related to wages, including unpaid salaries, unauthorized deductions, failure to pay overtime, or disputes over entitlement to benefits such as bonuses or allowances, can lead to employment law disputes.

Harassment and Bullying: Workplace harassment or bullying, whether of a sexual nature, verbal, physical, or emotional, can create a hostile work environment. Employees may file disputes against employers or coworkers for failing to address or prevent such behavior.

Contractual Disputes: Disputes may arise from disagreements over the terms and conditions of employment contracts, including disputes related to non-compete clauses, confidentiality agreements, or restrictive covenants.

Retrenchment and Redundancy: Disputes may occur when employers carry out retrenchment exercises or implement redundancy measures without following proper procedures or providing adequate compensation to affected employees.

Health and Safety: Employees have the right to work in a safe and healthy environment. Disputes may arise if employers fail to comply with occupational health and safety regulations, leading to workplace accidents, injuries, or illnesses.

Breach of Statutory Rights: Employees may file disputes if employers fail to comply with statutory requirements related to minimum wage, working hours, rest days, public holidays, annual leave, sick leave, maternity leave, or other employment standards mandated by Malaysian law.

Unlawful Deductions: Disputes may arise if employers make unauthorized deductions from employees' wages or fail to reimburse expenses incurred during the course of employment.

Trade Union Disputes: Disputes between employers and trade unions may arise regarding collective bargaining agreements, industrial action, union recognition, or unfair labor practices.

Common Types of Employment Law Disputes

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