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Medical Claim

Thu, 19 Sep 2019 11:55:47 AM


I have recently went on medical leave and visited doctor for RM80 medical and consultation bill charges. 

My company requires employee to provide medical bill breakdown with name of medicine for any medical claim amount more than RM80 and above but I refuse to provide that due to privacy concern, so I submitted the medical claim amount less that RM80. 

The company rejected the claim because medical claim amount does not match with medical bill. However I dont find any statement in employee handbook that employee must submit the claim in full amount as per actual receipt or none at all.

Is it legal that the company reject my claim? Thank you in advance.

Sentence that HR quote to reject my claim

> Employees are entitled to claim reimbursement of medical treatments of RM500.00 per annum based on actual receipts.

Screenshot of handbook as below.

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