Managing Your Foreign Workforce Effectively(Work Permit Holders)
Training Venue
PMAS Academy
Print Media Hub @ Paya Lebar iPark
61 Tai Seng Avenue #05-14
Singapore 534167
1 day, 9am to 5pm (7 hours)
$267.50 (Prices are inclusive of GST)
4th October 2017
Managing Your Foreign Workforce Effectively(Work Permit Holders)
Course Objective
To equip the participants with the requisite knowledge on the relevant regulatory requirements and
procedural guidelines on employment of their foreign workers and enhance their capability in addressing employment related issues.

Target Audience
Employers, HR Managers/personnel and Supervisors who oversee planning, recruitment and employment of their foreign workers.

Course Outline
Understanding Foreign Workers Employment Framework
Key Work Permit Conditions for Employers & Foreign Workers
In-Employment Issues
Housing Issues
Employment Disputes
Work Related Injury
End of and Post Employment Issues
i) Termination of – Employment
ii)Managing Repatriation

Lecture and Case studies

Mr Steve Quek, is Director, Professional and Wholesales Trades (Industrial and Workplace Relations) and Director, Special Duties, SNEF. His current responsibilities include advising companies on Human Resource/Industrial Relations matters as well as representing management interests in collective bargaining with the trade unions. He possesses a Graduate Diploma in Personnel Management from SIM and a BA from Nanyang University. Prior to his SNEF attachment, he has served in various Divisions in the Ministry of Manpower and accumulated substantial knowledge and experiences in different work areas. They include managing employment related and compliance issues under the employment laws, conciliating trade disputes between the trade unions and the employers, administering the Work Passes, planning for civilian manpower resources etc. He has also contributed to the recent amendments to the Employment Act on key employment terms and the formulation of the Tripartite guidelines on adoption of responsible employment and outsourcing practices which seek to raise the employment standards in the outsourced service sectors.
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