What Does an Employment Contract Include?
An employment contract should include provisions on the following topics:
- The duties of the employee
- The salary and benefits of the employee
- The duration of the employment
- The termination of the employment
It is important to seek legal advice when drafting an employment contract to make sure that it is properly tailored to your company.
What are the applicable laws?
The Employment Act 1955 is the main piece of legislation governing employment contracts in Malaysia.
Types of Employment Contracts We Provide
OneCompany can help you draft a custom employment contract for your Malaysian business that takes into account your company’s specific needs and requirements. We provide the following types of employment contracts:
-Fixed-term employment contracts
-Ongoing employment contracts
-Part-time employment contracts
-Probationary employment contracts
-Temporary employment contracts.
Is an Employment Contract Mandatory in Malaysia?
An employment contract is not mandatory in Malaysia. However, it is highly recommended to have one in place to prevent disputes between employers and employees and to provide clarity on the terms of the employment relationship.
We have a team of experienced lawyers who can advise you on the best way to structure your employment relationship and draft an employment contract that meets your company’s needs.