If you noticed that your employers did not contribute you EPF then you can report it to the Labor Office. You are advised to check your EPF account regularly, which you can do that by visiting the KWSP office, EPF smart kiosk, and online through EPF i-Account. This way will be more secure than printing details of your pay slip.
Employee Provident Fund (EPF) provides the retirement fund for Malaysian employees, and can also be used for other financial purposes including down payment for buying house, education payment, medical payment and so on.
It is their responsibility to contribute for employees’ EPF savings else the following legal actions will be taken on them:
* Fine not more than RM 10,000 or Jail Sentence not more than 3 years or both.
* The company director passport will be held in order to prevent them from leaving our country.
When EPF Contributions Must Be Paid?