|$430.00 (including GST)|
This programme is part of the Professional Skills Series, specifically designed for HR Professionals who wish to learn to apply the Singapore Employment Law in practical situations. It will address practical issues in Employment Law relating to Employees’ use of social media and how an Employer should handle situations where there is fraudulent misrepresentation in an Employee’s application documents. The Trainer will also share on the various legal and practical considerations when facing investigations from the Ministry of Manpower Ministry ( MOM ) or when defending salary claims filed with the Tripartite Alliance for Dispute Management ( TADM ).
At the end of this workshop, you will:
Legal Implications for Employees’ Use of Social Media
Fraud by Employees in their application documents
Facing investigations from MOM and defending claims in TADM
Alfred is a Director of Quahe Woo & Palmer LLC. His practice is primarily in commercial litigation, with a particular emphasis on construction and engineering disputes. Alfred has acted in matters at all levels of the Singapore courts as well as in ad-hoc and institutional arbitrations. He also performs various front-end non-contentious work including drafting, reviewing and advising on various standard forms and general commercial contracts. Alfred obtained his Bachelor of Engineering, Civil (Honours) from the National University of Singapore before obtaining his LL.B. (Honours) on its accelerated Graduate LL.B. Programme. Prior to commencing private practice, Alfred was a former prosecutor with the Ministry of Manpower and the Attorney-General's Chambers. Recent cases in which Alfred has been involved include matters relating to breaches of construction contracts, adjudications under the Security Of Payments Act (“SOPA”), product defamation, tenancy disputes, employment disputes, breaches of shareholders' agreements and High Court personal injury claims.
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