Changes to Manpower Regulations (Employment Act Updates)
|Date||27 Jun 2018, Wed|
|Time||09:00am to 12:30pm|
|Venue||SNEF Paya Labar Square(60 Paya Lebar Road #13-45Paya Lebar Square (Lobby 2), Singapore 409051)|
|Fee||$200.00 per pax (* exclude GST)| Call for Group Discounts. Please contact me at 9431 4682|
The Manpower Minister Lim Swee Say announced in Parliament on 5 March 2018 that about 430,000 more professionals, managers and executives will be covered under the Employment Act (EA) when it is amended to remove the S$4,500 salary cap wef 1 April 2019.
The salary cap for non-workmen under EA Part IV will also go up from S$2,500 to S$2,600. This enhancement will cover half of the workforce.
Be present and future-ready with this 3 hours workshop which provides an understanding of Singapore’s most important employment statue law.
Discussions will take you through anticipated and contentious situational issues, and provide useful inputs for your organisational HR policies & practices.
HR directors, people managers, supervisors and above
Ms Ang Poh Inn is SNEF’s Deputy Director, Industrial & Workplace Relations Department; and Director for Finance, Real Estate, Social & Community Services, and Professional Services.
Poh Inn’s full-time role is to render human resource and industrial relations consultancy to SNEF members- mainly in the banking and finance, real estate & building services, professional services and social and community services.
Prior to joining SNEF, Poh Inn was with the then Ministry of Labour (now Ministry of Manpower) in various roles- in Ministry HQ, Work Permit and Employment Department, Registry of Trade Unions and Labour Relations Department.
With her wide and vast experience and grounding in employment laws, Poh Inn regularly conducts in-house sessions for many SNEF members as well as MNCs
Poh Inn graduated from the University of London with a Bachelor of Science in Economics.
Employment Act – announced changes from 1 April 2019
Managing employee grievances, disputes and poor performance issues
Managing Terminations and Dismissals
Ministry of Manpower’s (MOM) Fair Consideration Framework (FCF)- announced changes from 1 July 2019
Mix of lectures, examples & discussions. Exchange of cross-industry practices for wider understanding of different situational experiences.
3 hours + 30 Mins Q&A
$200 per pax*
*Confirmation subject to meeting class size requirements
Enquiries: Andrew Ng/ 9431 4682 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org