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No prove of employment: Can sue employer for not providing EPF?

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asked on Aug 24, 2015 at 02:28
by   endlessroad
Hi Guys,

Would appreciate if any of you can provide some advise on this matter:
The employer of my relative did not provide any EPF/ SOCSO to him. She has no payslip or employment letter. Her monthly salary is about RM1100 and paid in cash. Is it possible to sue the employer for not providing EPF?
Hope to hear from you guys
Thanks
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answered on Aug 24, 2015 at 03:20
by   jeff005
Proof of employment can be
1/ Appointment letter
2/ Payslips
3/ Punch Cards
4/ Door access cards
5/ Colleagues being witnessess
6/ In certain trades, your personal handphone bills called to company customers can be proof.

If still working there
5/ Make report to EPF and SOCSo, they MAY send officials to very your work "existence".

If not working there anymore, can still report to EPF and EPF will investigate. You may not get much, but there are consequences an employer has to bear, maybe big fines or even a day's jail term for arrogant employers. But the compensation you get is, The employer share plus your share of EPF, computated for all the months you have worked there, banked into your EPF ac.
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