HR Law & Workforce Management (SG-KL)
ESSENTIAL EMPLOYMENT LAW AND PRACTICE IN CHINA
Friday, 23rd November 2012, 9:00am-5:00pm, M Hotel Singapore
***This course has been pre-approved for SDF Funding.***
China's employment laws have experienced significant changes for the past few years. In 2012, amendments which include the minimum wage increase in Shanghai, special provisions on extended maternity leave, and among others were implemented. This seminar will discuss the most important legal developments and suggest practical ways to protect your business from being the new test case that everyone else reads about. Leading expert, Wang Dongpeng of Jun He Law Offices, will keep you abreast of the recent developments of China Labour Law and will provide practical insights on how to approach critical labour issues.
COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO THAI LABOUR LAW 2012 & BEYOND
Tuesday | 27th November 2012 | 9:00am-5:00pm | Prince Hotel & Residence Kuala Lumpur
***We are HRDF-approved training provider.***
Thailand's emerging economy is heavily export-dependent, with exports accounting for more than two thirds of gross domestic product (GDP). Well-developed infrastructure, a free-enterprise economy and generally pro-investment policies, made Thailand one of East Asia's best performers. The country's labour force was estimated at nearly 39 million in 2011, with approximately 40% employed in agriculture, 40% in services and 14% in industry. As the Thai economy evolves, businesses change and so are the legal systems including labour law. In today's ever-changing business world, legal advisors, HR practitioners and executives must be equipped with latest employment regulation knowledge and practical solutions in dealing employment related concerns to help minimise litigation and financial risks on their organisations. This seminar aims to provide latest update and practical strategies in handling legal challenges on Thailand's labour and employment issues. Join this seminar and lea
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***Other Upcoming Programmes***
Effective Leadership & Management Skills For Women - 19th October 2012, Prince Hotel KL
Vietnam's New Regulation on Securities Transactions - 30th November 2012, M Hotel Singapore
Train the Trainer - 6th December 2012, Prince Hotel KL
Innovative Teaching Strategies - 7th December 2012, Prince Hotel KL
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