Managing Employment Disputes More Effectively

ABOUT THIS COURSE

As a leader, there’s a good chance you will encounter employment or salary disputes in the course of your work. How do you handle compensation disputes well while keeping the peace?

In this course, you will learn how to provide good employment practices and eradicate bad employment practices in your organization.

You will also learn how you should behave as a leader to reduce employment disputes.

The learning outcomes of this course are:

  1. Build your confidence in managing employment disputes in the workplace.
  2. Develop your skills in handling workplace disputes by having a clearer understanding of the different types of employment disputes (e.g. different types of contract, salary, and termination).
  3. Learn how to build good, fair, ethical employment practices in your organization.
  4. Change ‘bad’ employment practices so that you can strengthen the morale of your employees and retain talents for your organization.
  5. Nurture leaders to build a more healthy organization by providing them with good perspectives and practices.

SESSIONS

  1. What are Disputes?
  2. Contract of Service vs Contract for Service
  3. Salary Disputes
  4. Termination
  5. Leader’s Role in Employment Disputes
  6. ‘Good’ and ‘Bad’ Employment Practices

6

Sessions

44

Minutes

Mr Ong Yen Her
Consultant to the Ministry of Manpower

Mr Ong is the Consultant to the Ministry of Manpower on trade unions and industrial relations. Previously, he was the Divisional Director for Labour Relations and Workplaces, Ministry of Manpower. He was also the government member of the National Wages Council (NWC) and was Singapore’s Lead Labour Negotiator for the Labour Chapter in the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) free Trade Agreement (FTA).

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Mr Ong Yen Her

Consultant to the Ministry of Manpower

6

Sessions

44

Minutes

ABOUT THIS COURSE

As a leader, there’s a good chance you will encounter employment or salary disputes in the course of your work. How do you handle compensation disputes well while keeping the peace?

In this course, you will learn how to provide good employment practices and eradicate bad employment practices in your organization.

You will also learn how you should behave as a leader to reduce employment disputes.

The learning outcomes of this course are:

  1. Build your confidence in managing employment disputes in the workplace.
  2. Develop your skills in handling workplace disputes by having a clearer understanding of the different types of employment disputes (e.g. different types of contract, salary, and termination).
  3. Learn how to build good, fair, ethical employment practices in your organization.
  4. Change ‘bad’ employment practices so that you can strengthen the morale of your employees and retain talents for your organization.
  5. Nurture leaders to build a more healthy organization by providing them with good perspectives and practices.

SESSIONS

  1. What are Disputes?
  2. Contract of Service vs Contract for Service
  3. Salary Disputes
  4. Termination
  5. Leader’s Role in Employment Disputes
  6. ‘Good’ and ‘Bad’ Employment Practices

ABOUT THE COURSE MASTER

Mr Ong Yen Her
Consultant to the Ministry of Manpower

Mr Ong is the Consultant to the Ministry of Manpower on trade unions and industrial relations. Previously, he was the Divisional Director for Labour Relations and Workplaces, Ministry of Manpower. He was also the government member of the National Wages Council (NWC) and was Singapore’s Lead Labour Negotiator for the Labour Chapter in the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) free Trade Agreement (FTA).

(*Billed annually)