Taught by highly skilled industry professionals, courses offered covers many different aspects of law and legality especially in the workplace environment. Legal rules and theories are matched with extensive pc and business recognized coaching, ensuring that students are able to deploy the knowledge they learn imminently.
Some of the aspect of Law and Legal courses that we offer are writing lawful HR documents to ensure the rights of the company and the rights of employees are covered under the legal law of the country. Data protection act is also offered as the main course of the Law and Legal courses to ensure laws are followed and practices are legal.
For business perspective, Law and Legal trainings will provide an in-depth review and analysis on employer's rights , business contracts and EPF act including their terminologies and common clauses that will benefit the HR in their daily proses of what seems to be in Law and Legal courses. Malaysia employment law is taught in Law and Legal trainings as well to protect the employer in Malaysia's work setting.
Law and Legal training also provides courses on whistle blowing and how to discover weakness and fraud in company's SOP and processes. It allows HR to encourage whistle blowing so that Law can be upheld and legal processes can be hold.
While all these are being covered, we offer classes on how to write clauses. The use of various clauses all depends on the needs of the parties. Some clauses appear more frequently in contracts than other ones. There are “boilerplate" clauses that may appear as a standard part of some business contracts. Or, the parties may create specific clauses that are tailor-made for each contract with a client.
Insider Trading is common misconception is illegal, but there are actually two methods by which insider trading can occur. One is legal, and the other is not.An insider is legally permitted to buy and sell shares of the firm - and any subsidiaries - that employs him or her. However, these transactions must be properly registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and are done with advance filings. You can find details of this type of insider trading on the SEC's EDGAR database.