HRLAW Seminars for all practitioners who are concerned about Singapore labour laws and regional compliance issues
HRLAW® Korea Seminar
26 February 2019 - 9th Run - Confirmed
At the end of this one day program, participants will be able to state the pertinent and critical legislation governing Korean employment, as well as be presented with an overview of the country’s historical, cultural, social and legal contexts within social contracts (e.g. employment) operate.
Employment Contracts Seminar
5 April 2019 - 2nd Run
This seminar will communicate and equip the participants with the relevant knowledge and understanding of contracts concluded in an employment context by a combination of theory and practical examples.
Handling Grievances, Discipline and Termination Seminar
9 April 2019 - 24th Run
This workshop provides participants with a good knowledge of the legal requirements for grievance and disciplinary handling, establishes grievance and discipline procedures, conduct grievance and discipline meeting, identify and minimize grievances.
HRLAW® Myanmar Seminar
16 April 2019 - 3rd Run
This 1-day seminar will equip you with the essential knowledge to manage the human resource effectively in Myanmar within the labour legislation and avoiding labor dispute.
HRLAW® Thailand Seminar
17 April 2019 - 4th Run - Confirmed
This one day seminar will provide insight knowledge, an overview of Thailand labour law and the essential understanding skills as regional HR professional needs to possess. Participants will learn how each of these skills sets impacts a regional HR’s person ability to effectively solve the issue.
HRLAW® Indonesia Seminar
24 April 2019 - 22nd Run - Confirmed
This one day seminar will provide insight knowledge, an overview of Indonesia HR employment laws and the essential understanding skills as regional HR professional needs to possess. Participants will learn how each of these skills sets impacts a Regional HR’s person ability to effectively solve the HR issue in Indonesia.
HRLAW® Hong Kong Seminar
30 April 2019 - 6th Run - Confirmed
The aim of this one day program is to introduce the major provisions of the Employment Ordinance in Hong Kong, including wages, leaves and termination of contracts, as well as the amendments in 2015. On top of that, participants will understand the Minimum Wage Ordinance and the employer’s obligation under the Mandatory Provident Fund (MPF) Schemes Ordinance. Lastly, they will be updated with the latest amendments made to Labour Laws and be able to draft a standard employment contract in Hong Kong.
HRLAW® Philippines Seminar
10 May 2019 - 18th Run
The seminar includes ‘practical tips’ and proven HR ‘in-country’ best practices to enhance understanding and application of Philippine Labour Laws’. It will equip HR professionals with necessary knowledge and understanding to maintain ‘employee engagement’ and prevention of ‘labour disputes’ in the Philippines.
HRLAW® Singapore Seminar
15 & 16 May 2019 - 20th Run
This two day program will equip participants with a comprehensive understanding and application of key features of Singapore's labour legislation enabling them to deal effectively with issues including coverage of the Employment Act, setting up and termination of contract of service, key employee terms and conditions of employment, rights and obligations in a company-union relationship, post retirement re-employment.
HRLAW® Vietnam Seminar
24 May 2019 - 8th Run
This one day program not only provides to the participants an overview of requirements on labor laws of Vietnam, but also highlight and share concrete HR Practices with ensuring the legal compliance, positive employee performance and risk/cost prevention due to wrong termination process.
PDPA for HR Workshop
28 May 2019 - 7th Run
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 needs to review and re-evaluate existing HR polices and processes in order to align with the Act.
Employment of Foreign Manpower Act
30 May 2019 - 15th Run
It is vital that we are well acquainted with the Employment of Foreign Manpower Act (EFMA) and Employment of Foreign Manpower (Levy Order) to manage this group of employees and reduce potential conflicts between employers and employees. On top of that, it is critical that our policies are compliant with the legal requirements to avoid being fined or curtailment of the Work Pass privilege.
HRLAW® Employment Act Seminar
19 & 20 June 2019 - 2nd Run
It is crucial that managers, front line supervisors and HR professionals have a working knowledge of Employment Act to ensure compliance and “doing the right thing”. A good foundation in understanding the Act will enhance employee relations and engagement.
HRLAW® Work Injury Compensation Act Seminar
3 July 2019 - 12th Run
During this one day course, participants will acquired a better understanding, as well as state the objectives, coverage and eligibility, of the Work Injury Compensation Act (WICA). They can also identify the various scenarios that are covered or not covered by WICA, as well as be acquainted with the kinds of disputes, details of claims and types of compensation payable under WICA.
HRLAW® China Seminar
9 July 2019 - 23rd Run
This one-day seminar is developed in a well-balanced approach which clarifies and shares the PRC employment law framework together with practical tips and techniques being deployed to handle New Labour Contract Law effectively.
The Employment Act & Its Practical Applications
17 July 2019 - 20th Run
During the seminar, participants will be able to differentiate Contract of Service and Contract for Service, Termination, and Dismissal, to identify when an employment contract is broken, to handle no show cases for recruitment, as well as the legal requirements for public holidays, sick leaves, annual leave and maternity leave.
HRLAW® Australia Seminar
30 July 2019 - 17th Run
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.
HRLAW® Japan Seminar
29 August 2019 - 10th Run
At the end of this one day program, participants will be able to state the pertinent and critical legislation governing Japanese employment, as well as be presented with an overview of the country’s historical, cultural, social and legal contexts within social contracts (e.g. employment) operate.
HRLAW® Malaysia Seminar
25 September 2019 - 32nd Run
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!
HRLAW® India Seminar
Date to be advised - 19th Run
This one-day seminar will introduce you to the major items of employment legislation and link them to the day to day practical handling of human resources issues in India.
HRLAW® Update Retirement and Re-Employment Act & Employment (Part-Time Employees) Seminar
Date to be advised - 3rd Run
This one-day seminar provides participants with good knowledge of the legal requirements for retirement, re-employment of eligible employees, regulation of engaging part-timers and their entitlements, employee assistance payment, special employment credit, avoidance of re-employment dispute and also comply with the various recommendations and guidelines.
HRLAW® Bangladesh Seminar
Date to be advised - 1st Run
This seminar is designed to enhance the basic knowledge about the HR practices & local employment laws of Bangladesh. The knowledge will enhance the credibility of HR professional to deal with employees, local agencies, local Government regarding employment issues.
Payroll Legislations & Its Practical Applications
Date to be advised - 3rd Run
It is essential that as HR and Payroll professionals, one needs to be aware of Employment regulations and its related Legislations. Over the past years, new legislation puts new pressure on payroll department. Now, Payroll systems must store increasingly diverse information and Payroll staff is expected to answer far more in-depth questions by both the employees and the business.