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Must I declare my bankrupt status to my company? Why an employer doesn't want to hire bankrupt?

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asked on Sep 5, 2016 at 11:29
by   fikri
edited on Sep 26, 2016 at 10:34
 
I just want ask something that still curious about working after being bankrupted.

What I know if person is declared bankrupt, he or she can still continue to work right?

My questions are:

1. What happen if I'm not telling to my employer about my status. Any action will be taken?
2. If I put my salary through my wife, how about it? Now, I'm working without EPF and SOCSO, but still have payslip from company. Is it still eligible me not tell to my employer.
3. How my salary flow? Is it from Human Resources (HR) to me or from Government Department?
4. If I want to get a new job, how will the Human Resources (HR) know about my status?
5. Why an employer doesn't want to hire bankrupt worker? Is it about status or any other matters?

Hope someone can answer my questions and I know, people out there also want to ask the same questions like me about "Working life after bankrupt".
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answered on Sep 5, 2016 at 12:46
by   vkpc
edited Sep 26, 2016 at 10:33
 
1. What happen if I'm not telling to my employer about my status. Any action will be taken?
No.

2. If I put my salary through my wife, how about it?
No problem.

Now, I'm working without EPF and SOCSO, but still have payslip from company. Is it still eligible me not tell to my employer.
Can, just say got some problem with your bank account.

3. How my salary flow? Is it from Human Resources (HR) to me or from Government Department?
Normal as per other staff.

4. If I want to get new job, how the HR will know about my status?
If you are applying for a new job, it is better to tell them that you are a bankrupt.

5. Why an employer doesn't want to hire bankrupt worker? Is it about status or any other matters?
Possibly because they might require staff to travel overseas. Employer can decide not to hire a bankrupt but once hired he cannot fire an employee just because he became a bankrupt.
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answered on Mar 8, 2017 at 16:03
by   Mohan
edited Mar 13, 2017 at 08:39
 
Dear vkpc

5. Why an employer doesn't want to hire bankrupt worker? Is it about status or any other matters? 
Possibly because they might require staff to travel overseas. Employer can decide not to hire a bankrupt but once hired he cannot fire an employee just because he became a bankrupt

I'm a banker and i will be going for a court case on my bankrupt issue. I took personal loan for business and due to my partner ran away, I'm stuck with loan and I'm unable to make repayment for 1 year (prior to that, I'm a prompt pay master for 3 years). Since I'm a banker, any idea if I will be sacked/terminated if I'm declared bankrupt?
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