|Employees Provident Fund (EPF)||Employers will need to register at EPF within 7 days from the date the employer is first responsible for contributing, that is, once an employee is employed for the job.||The employer is responsible for registering its employees who have not registered with EPF before the first contribution can be made.|
|Social Security Organization (SOCSO)||Employers need to register with SOCSO within 30 days from the date of employment.||Employers with at least one or more employees with a monthly salary of RM3,000 or less are required to register and pay contributions to SOCSO. For employees exceeding RM3,000 they are given the option of contributing to SOCSO or otherwise.|
|Inland Revenue Board (IRB)||Companies, Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs) and cooperatives who have started their business need to submit a corporate tax reference number application.
A business or company with employees must register an employer's tax file for the purpose of implementing the Scheduled Tax Deduction (STD).
|An employer who first hires an individual who is or may be liable to income tax shall notify the nearest Assessment Branch of the IRB for the employee concerned within one month from the date of commencement of his / her employment.|
|Human Recources Development Fund (HRDF)||Every employer shall register with the Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad (also known as the Human Resources Development Fund) in such manner as may be prescribed in Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad Act 2001 (Act 612).
Please click on https://www.hrdf.com.my for access to PSMB Act.