Applying Leaves in Malaysia? Here’s Your Cheat Sheet To Do So in 2024

Tuesday, December 26, 2023 TimeTec 0 Comments

As we all know, annual leaves are something that we as the Malaysian workforce are entitled to. And as Malaysians, it’s like second nature for us to try our best to utilise our leaves to create long and peaceful holidays or trips.

So, if you’re wondering how to spend your annual leaves more effectively, look no further as we’ll let you know which days to apply for!

Now, before we dive into the nitty-gritty details, let’s first start with the list of 2024 holidays that Malaysians can enjoy.

Here is a list of all the available holidays for the Klang Valley in Malaysia.

*Do take note that the list above is based on the Klang Valley. These holidays might be different based on your location.

So if you’re someone who likes to plan ahead or even required to do so to secure your leave days, here are the days that you can apply now to make your holidays a longer one.

Total Annual leaves required: 11

As you can see, planning your leave is never a daunting task for employees.
If you’re in a rush to apply for leaves, here’s a TLDR list of days you can take your leaves if you trust us with your leaves:

• 26 Jan   (Friday)
• 02 Feb   (Friday)
• 09 Feb   (Friday)
• 13 Feb   (Tuesday)
• 29 Mar   (Friday)
• 12 April  (Friday)
• 14 June  (Friday)
• 05 Jul     (Friday)
• 01 Nov   (Friday)
• 26 Dec   (Thursday)
• 27 Dec   (Friday)

While employees applying for leave can be an easy task, the same might not be the same for HR professionals.

Is your company still keeping track of employee leaves with Excel sheets or manually using physical books? If so, why not give our TimeTec Leave module a try? If you’re interested, don’t hesitate to contact us! We can’t wait to hear from you.

So, since 2023 is coming to an end, here’s to the remainder of 2023 and the surprises and challenges 2024 withholds.

We at TimeTec can’t wait to see you achieve flying colours!

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