2 Jalan Besar, #08-05, ARC 380, S209000
2 Jalan Besar, #08-05, ARC 380, Singapore 209000
Human Resources Course
(incl. 9% GST)
+65 8518 5863
17 December, 2023
Upon completing this course, participants will have developed a thorough understanding of how to analyse and align human resources policies with Singapore’s national labour laws and regulations. They will be adept in conducting detailed analysis of key labour legislation, understanding the intricacies of laws governing various aspects of employment such as retirement, re-employment, and part-time work, and how these impact HR policies.
Participants will also gain proficiency in evaluating the legal requirements and potential risks associated with HR organisational policies, thereby enhancing their ability to manage legal compliance and mitigate risks effectively. They will be equipped with the knowledge to develop HR policies that align with organisational procedures, address key employment terms, and reflect the structure and functions of HR within their organisations.
Overall, this course will equip HR professionals with the skills to develop, communicate, and maintain HR policies that are legally sound, ethically guided, and culturally sensitive, ensuring their HR practices are robust, compliant, and responsive to the dynamic legal and organisational landscape.
LU1: Foundations of HR Policies and Legal Awareness
LU2: Developing Effective HR Policy Documents
LU3: Legal and Ethical Considerations in HR
LU4: Breach Identification and Management
2 days / 16 hours
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[Singapore Citizens/ PR and LTVP+ Holders aged 21-39 years old]
[Singapore Citizens aged 40 years old and above]
[Singapore Citizens and PRs]
NICHOLAS F CHEONG
LLB, ACTA, CAL-E/T/O, ICP-ACC, ICP-ATF, ICP-MKG, ICP-AHR
Nick holds a LLB (Hons) degree from NUS and is a qualified Advocate and Solicitor in Singapore and a Solicitor in England and Wales. He has over 25 years’ experience in civil and criminal litigation (from State Courts to Court of Appeal), dispute resolution and mediation. He has also worked as a pro bono lawyer under the Criminal Legal Aid Scheme and in High Court capital cases. He has advised on both Commercial and Residential Tenancy agreements.
Throughout his legal practice, he has negotiated on behalf of his clients with various government agencies (such as the Attorney General’s Chambers, Registrar of Societies, MTI, SLA, LTA, ACRA, CPF Board, IRAS, etc.) as well as other stakeholders. He has volunteered on the board of an international non-profit organisation and in Management Committee for a local grassroots organisation and various clubs and societies. Nick is committed to acting as a community mediator to resolve neighbourly disputes.
Nick is an Adjunct Lecturer in Legal Communication, Business Law, and the Advanced Diploma in Data Protection (SMU). He has led workshops in investigative interviewing, workplace misconduct and expert witness testimony.