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In accordance with its establishment rationale as a mechanism to support workers’ welfare, the Labour Court has the following special features: Officials authorised by the Director-General are given special powers under the Employment Act 1955 to: 1) inquire into and decide any dispute between an employee and his employer in respect of wages and other payments under: i) any term of the contract of service; ii) any of the provisions of the act or any subsidiary legislation made thereunder; or iii) the provisions of the Wages Council Act 1947 or any order made thereunder 2)hear and decide any claim by: i) an employee under section 33 of the Employment Act 1955; ii) a subcontractor for labour against a contractor or subcontractor; iii) an employer against his employee in respect of indemnity under section 13(1) of the Employment Act 1955.3) inquire into and confirm or set aside any decision made under section 14(1) of the Employment Act 1955.4.2 Termination Form can be obtained free of charge from any Labour Office throughout Peninsular Malaysia or can be downloaded from section 4.3 Termination Form was gazetted as P. (B) 430/2004 on 11 November 2004 and any employer who fails to comply is guilty of an offence under section 63 of the Employment Act 1955, and if found guilty could be fined not more than RM10,000 for each offence.Employees who are terminated are entitled to minimum termination benefits if they are covered under the Employment Act 1955 or the Collective Agreement.If workers termination need to done despite measures in paragraph 3 have been taken, the employer must endeavour to implement the following measures to reduce the negative impact on the affected workers: - 3.1 inform and hold discussions with the employees or trade union representing them as soon as possible regarding the impending termination; 3.2 offers voluntary separation/retirement scheme with best possible compensation rate;3.3 pay compensation or termination benefits to eligible employees;3.4 retire workers over the age of normal retirement age;3.5 give notice of termination of service as stipulated in the employment contract.In the absence of such provision in the employment contract, the employer must give notice as specified under Employment Act 1955 as follows; a) 4 weeks’ notice if the employee has been employed for less than 2 years;b) 6 weeks’ notice if the employee has been employed for 2 years but less than 5 years; or c) 8 weeks’ notice if the employee has been employed for more than 5 years 3.6 help employees find work at other places before termination is made ​​in collaboration with JTKSM under the Ministry of Human Resources; 3.7 implement phased termination over a longer period;3.8 implement the principle of 'FWFO' (Foreign Worker - First Out)within the same job category during termination i.e.foreign workers are terminated first before local workers, and3.9 implement the principle of ‘LIFO’ (Last - In - First - Out) if termination involves local workers and within the same job category.This merger brought great changes to JBSM which involved additional functions such as labour information gathering and placement of job seekers in the private sector.The merger resulted in the change of the department’s name in Malay (although the name remained unchanged in English).

5.1.4 Payment in lieu of annual leave balance, if any.5.1.5 Balance of public holidays5.1.6 Balance of salaries5.1.7 Employees who are affected by termination can refer to the nearest Labour Department for more information.

4) charge interest at the rate of 8% or less per annum calculated commencing on the 31st day from the date of order of the Labour Court until the day the order is satisfied.

Inquire into and confirm or set aside any decision made under section 14(1) of the Employment Act 1955.

In 1970, the Department of Labour merged with the Department of Industrial Relations.

This coalition focused on the settlement of disputes involving workers and unions.