|$535.00 (including GST)|
Under the Work Injury Compensation Act (WICA), an employer is liable to pay work injury compensation (WIC) to employees , as long as their injury is from an accident arising out of and in the course of employment, regardless of who is at fault and even if the employee has left the company.
In January 2019, the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) released a public consultation paper on the proposed amendments to WICA, which provides injured employees with a lower-cost and speedier way to claim WIC. This workshop will cover the key proposed changes and their implications to the employers.
This workshop will also cover key learning principles from WICA decisions to help you to avoid the legal pitfalls in the application of the Act in your work environment.
K. K. Lim
Advocate & Solicitor (Singapore)
Eversheds Harry Elias LLP
Prior to being called to the Singapore Bar, KK has worked in both public and private sectors, in technology, market strategy research and information security consulting. KK regularly conducts training for companies in data protection and employment laws and has represented work injury compensation matters before the Commissioner of Labour.
He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Government and Psychology (University of Texas at Austin), a Bachelor of Laws (Monash University), a Master of Laws (National University of Singapore) and a Specialist Diploma in Information Systems Security (Temasek Polytechnic). He is also qualified as a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), and is an Adjunct Faculty member of two public universities in Singapore.
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