Work Injury Compensation is a benefit mandated by the Work Injury Compensation Act (WICA). In Singapore, as long as you are working under a contract of service, you shall be covered under this legislation. Regardless of how safe an employer may try to make his workplace, on-the-job accidents and job related illness, unfortunately, may still occur. Workers’ compensation has become increasingly complicated and costly over the years. Therefore, it is essential for HR practitioners and those in charge of making claims to understand how to comply with WICA. This is so that employees receive the full and correct benefit under WICA. This will, in return, show that the employer is a caring and welfare oriented employer, especially when an accident happens at the workplace.
As of 1 April, 2019, professionals, managers and executives (PMEs) are now covered under the Employment Act and may seek redress against wrongful and unfair dismissal by their employers with the Tripartite Alliance of Dispute Management (TADM). The treatment of this category of employee would now be quite similar to the rank and file employees who are covered under the Employment Act.
There is no doubt that Singapore needs to prepare for a rapidly ageing population. By 2030, the number of seniors aged 65 years and above will almost double to over 900,000. A decreasing fertility rate further exacerbates this issue.
This course will expose the participants to various quantitative and qualitative data analysis techniques to detect fraud and errors. Participants will also learn how to use data analytics to add value to organization, as well as gain insight to digital forensic and digital surveillance.
For all employers in Singapore, it is no doubt that you have to engage statutory employees who are covered under the Employment Act. Therefore, human resource practitioners have to equip themselves in their knowledge on the latest amendments of the Employment Act, which is the basic labour law governing employment relations in Singapore.
From procurement and sales contract to outsourcing contract and service level agreement, various risks and hidden pot-holes await the unsuspecting management team. This course aims to shade lights on how to manage risk in contracts and outsourcing.
Central location. Fully equipped facilities.
Our training rooms are strategically located at Singapore Shopping Centre, 190 Clemenceau Avenue and Havelock 2, 2 Havelock Road which are within a few minutes walk from the MRT.
Our training rooms are available for rental booking between 8:00am to 10pm, Monday to Sunday, including public holidays.