41st HR Sharing cum Book Launch

Event Date: 6 September 2019
Event Time: 2pm – 5pm (light refreshments served at 3.00pm)
Location: AQueen Hotel, Paya Lebar 33 Jalan Afifi, Singapore 409180

Speakers are: Gerald Giam & Martin Gabriel

Entry token Fee: S$48.00 only (Receive the latest 2nd Edition Book of The Employment Act & Its Related Legislations worth $30)

There is no other book in the market that is as updated as this one. This book captures all changes since 1st April 2019! This is the 2nd Edition of The Guide to The Employment Act and Its Related Legislations. In celebration of its launch, we would like to invite you! Members of the HR Community or anyone interested to know about its changes, to come join us for a presentation and candid HR discussion pertaining to the book updates.

In addition, Martin Gabriel would also discuss about the mediation process, administered by the TADM (Tripartite Alliance for Dispute Management). And real cases that have completed after being referred to the Employment Claims Tribunals.

The 41st HR Sharing agenda is as follows:

2.00pm – 2.10pm     – Registration
2.10pm – 3.00pm – 1st Speaker, Mr Gerald Giam, Director, Vitis Solutions

Gerald will be speaking about HRIS and Digital Transformation.
Outline:

  • What is digital transformation and the Fourth Industrial Revolution?
  • How is digital transformation impacting SMEs?
  • Why HR functions need digital transformation.
  • Live demo of the digitalisation of HR.

3.00pm – 3.20pm – Coffee break and networking

3.20pm – 4.30pm – 2nd Speaker, Martin Gabriel, HRmatters21

Martin will be touching on the changes to the Employment Act, since 1st April 2019. He will also be discussing on actual cases that have gone through TADM, where  mediation cases were not successful. Its eventual referral to the ECT (Employment Claims Tribunal) and its outcome. We shall discuss details about the outcome.

Outline:

Changes to the EA since 1st April 2019
  • Coverage Managers & Executives
  • Public Holidays
  • Annual Leave
  • Medical Leave
  • Case Studies of adjudication of Salary claims and unlawful dismissal at the ECT

Click here to register.