HR Certification Courses, HRLAW Seminars and HR Workshops that have been confirmed by us and commencing soon.

Designing an Equitable & Competitive Salary Structure

1 April 2020 - 3rd Run - Confirmed

This one-day training walks through each of the major steps in developing a complete pay structure from scratch and is especially useful for those who perform a role in compensation and benefits.

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Behavioural & Competency-Based Interviewing Skills Workshop

21 & 22 April 2020 - 9th Run - Confirmed & Closed

The course objectives include learning to craft behavioural and competency-based questions to solicit the required information from candidates and practicing the most important and relevant skills with exercises and role plays.

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HRLAW® Malaysia Seminar

24 April 2020 - 33rd Run - Confirmed

This seminar will be conducted by Cyril Sen, a HR consultant who has over twenty years of experience in labour relations, bargaining for both, management and the union in Malaysia. Minimum Wages Order came into effect on 1 January 2013!

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Certified Human Resource Business Partner (CHRBP®)

9, 16, 23, 30 May, 6, 13, 20, 27 June 2020 - Saturdays - 6th Intake - Confirmed

This certification course will provide an opportunity for HR Generalists to transit into the strategic HR business partner role and establish their presence as a respected strategic HR Business Partner.

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HRLAW® Australia Seminar

20 May 2020 - 19th Run - Confirmed

At the end of this one day program, participants should have a comprehensive overview of Australia’s employment law framework and minimum employment obligations. They will be aware of general employee rights and about trade unions, courts and tribunals, as well as its flexibility and limitation.

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PDPA for HR Workshop

17 June 2020 - 12th Run - Confirmed

As HR practitioners often handle and come across employees and job candidates’ personal data, it is critical they understand how the PDPA can affect their work and policies. Thus, HR practitioners need to review and re-evaluate existing HR policies and processes in order to align with the Act.

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