INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS

Industrial peace is critical in sustaining one’s organisation’s objectives and achievements. Therefore, an organisation must develop the appropriate industrial relations strategies, plans, programs, policies, systems, and procedures. 

HCR Malaysia’s Industrial Relations service aims to assist organisations in developing and maintaining industrial harmony. In addition, we provide valuable services and assistance to manage your business and human resources more effectively through the best practices in employer-employee relations, labour legislation, and other social benefits.

When you engage with us in Industrial Relations, we can provide you with:

Advisory and Guidance

We provide employers with advice, guidance and assistance in all aspects of labour laws and industrial relations matters such as work conditions, disciplinary problems, retrenchment, hours of work and overtime, union recognition and union claims on terms and conditions of employment.

HCR Malaysia’s Industrial Relations service aims to assist organisations in developing and maintaining industrial harmony. In addition, we provide valuable services and assistance to manage your business and human resources more effectively through the best practices in employer-employee relations, labour legislation, and other social benefits.

Developing Employee Feedback and Grievance System

When an employee feels that they have been wronged – be it an unfair paycheck, an unpleasant assignment, or sexual harassment- they can file a grievance with their company. A grievance process gives employees and employers a fair and objective system to raise and review serious issues and complaints without bias.

Assistance in handling employee terminations

Terminating an employee is never fun, but it comes with being an employer. By handling terminations effectively, employers minimise damage to team morale and help protect the company from potential litigation.

Assistance in improving employee relations

Maintaining healthy employee relations in an organisation is a prerequisite for organisational success. Therefore, strong employee relations are required for high productivity and human satisfaction. In addition, employee relations generally avoid and resolve issues concerning individuals that might arise out of or influence the work scenario.

Preparing HR policies, procedures and Employee Handbook Manual

The HR policies and procedures manual and employee handbook form the backbone of an organisation. These documents consist of all the details regarding the treatment to be given to the employees in the organisation and help the employees recognise the organisation’s culture. In addition, the HR policies and procedures manual and the employee handbook should be prepared with utmost objectivity and comprehensibly to make the standard of the document consistent in approach and free from any complexity or overlapping.

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