Singapore Employment Law Masterclass 2023
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• Day 1: 9am to 5pm (Includes 1hr break at 12nn)
This course will provide lawyers, human resource professionals, executives, and employers in general guidance on key legal and compliance considerations in the Singapore, especially since new ways of working become increasingly embedded as the pandemic begins to recede.
This course is designed for
Human Resource Practitioners
Industrial Relations Practitioners
Line Mangers/ Executives
Professionals with responsibility of overseeing employees
1. Overview on Singapore employment law;
Industrial Relations Act;
Trade Unions Act;
Retirement and Re-employment Act;
Central Provident Fund Act;
Work Injury Compensation Act;
Workplace Health and Safety Act;
Employment of Foreign Manpower Act;
Personal Data Protection Act 2012; and
2. Salient terms of an employment contract (including the new requirement for key employment terms to be stipulated);
3. Brief overview on unions and the impact of a collective agreement;
4. Tripartite Alliance on Fair and Progressive Employment Practices
5. What is an Employee Handbook?
Benefits of having an Employee Handbook
Key areas to be covered in Employee Handbook
6. Singapore Employers’ Obligations under the Retirement and Re-employment Act
7. Wrongful Dismissal
8. The Employment Claims Tribunal
RHTLaw Asia LLP
Shalini advises in relation to dispute resolution and deals with claims such as those relating to the following areas:
Claims in contract between companies, individuals, landlord-tenant, employer-employee, goods and services providers-customers, lenders-borrowers, contractors and sub-contractors;
Claims in tort such as those relating to negligence of professionals and defamation;
Claims in equity and trusts such as those relating to right of contribution between co-guarantors and trustee-beneficiary disputes; and
Shareholder, joint venture, investor and agency disputes between companies and individuals
Shalini has represented both public listed and private limited companies in applications made under the Companies Act. Shalini also advises on regulatory matters, review and drafting of contracts and other documents for private education institutions.
Shalini has advised and acted on behalf of Professional Bodies to prosecute professionals in disciplinary committee inquiries. Shalini has also advised and represented various Statutory Boards in civil claim matters.