Recent and archived articles by Bhag Singh
WE celebrated National Day last week with the usual pomp and pageantry. It is a reminder that our country’s independence is precious and that we must always appreciate and safeguard it.
Doing away with screening process for employees complaining of unfair dismissal will save time and ensure fairness.
Employment is well protected under Malaysian law. If there is no just cause for termination, an employee must know how to challenge the employer’s action.
MY last article (“About police action and inaction”, July 12, 2018) received quite a bit of response. In it, I discussed whether certain ways in which police personnel act is proper or not.
There can be situations where the law is obeyed and yet the conduct is improper.
NOW that the dust has settled after GE14, it is time for me to return to topics that more immediately affect day-to-day life in Malaysia.
THE months leading up to GE14 were at times a period of uncertainty and confusion for many Malaysians. Through social media and press statements, politicians on both sides made plenty of allegations of wrongdoing. It was very hard for people to decide what to believe.
ACCIDENTS happen all the time. Some are serious and cause injuries and substantial damage, while others result in minor damage but no injuries whatsoever.
THE law of limitation plays an important role in regulating commercial and personal transactions.
PEOPLE may question why I write about contracts and agreements because they believe that everyone already understands these simple and basic matters. But does Joe Public really know contracts and agreements if he does not deal with them often?