Industrial Court of Malaysia (Mahkamah Perusahaan)

An agency under the Ministry of Human Resources, Malaysia. Established in 1940. In 1967, the industrial Relations Act 1967 was enacted whereby compulsory arbitration was introduced. Any trade dispute which is not resolve through conciliation may be referred to the Industrial Court for arbitration. The court's functions include hearing and handling down decisions or awards in industrial disputes referred to it by the Minister or directly by the parties and granting cognizance to the collective agreements which have been jointly deposited by the employers or trade union of employers and trade union of employees. If you have a case pending at the Industrial Court, you can check the status online. Through the e-industrial court system, related parties and the general public can access information on hearing and mention dates, awards and status on individual cases online.
Notes:   Available in English and Malay versions.

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Guide ID: 1559 - Last Updated: August 16, 2013