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The live session will be held at the Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel, 320 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238865
This is a hybrid session. You have the option to attend this live in-person or online via zoom. Please select accordingly at registration.
This practical seminar will allow those involved in Human Resource (HR) and the Senior Management of corporations and businesses to be updated with the recent and upcoming changes to the Singapore Employment Law. The presenter will use a large range of real-life case examples on common employer mistakes under common law, of employment related disputes and other common contract related issues that typically arise, and also how to address workplace investigation protocols in Singapore.
Additionally, the new Anti-Discrimination Law guidelines and its impact in the workplace will be addressed. HR’s obligations to the Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA), common errors and implications of breach of the PDPA will be briefly covered.
Attend this workshop and ensure you stay updated and compliant with the latest developments to Singapore’s Employment rules.
This seminar walks participants through the Singapore’s Employment Law and its latest updates. With case studies provided, it will cover the following topics:
5 Common Employer Mistakes under Common Law and How you can Avoid them
Updates to the Singapore Employment Law from the 2022 Budget Statement and the Measures Announced;
An Overview of Recent Employment Cases Heard by The Supreme Court Of Singapore;
Workplace Investigation Practical Scenarios and Protocols
Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA)
5 Common Employer Mistakes in Personal Data Protection and How you can Avoid Them
With over 32 years of specialised practice as a litigator and corporate advisor, Mr Christopher Bridges is well versed in providing practical legal advice to those who seek guidance.
Mr Bridges enjoys teaching and is an Adjunct Lecturer with Murdoch University and Birmingham City University where he teaches Workplace Law modules.
He was admitted as an Advocate and Solicitor to The Supreme Court, Republic of Singapore on 6th June 1990. He is also a Notary Public and a Commissioner for Oaths. He is a Volunteer Probation Officer.
His field of practice as a General Litigator is wide and varied, ranging from Civil Dispute Resolution to Criminal Law. He is accredited on the List of Leading Counsel maintained by the High Court of Singapore which appoints senior criminal practitioners to represent those facing Capital Punishment. He was awarded the 'Minister for Law' Appreciation Award for his services to the Legal Aid Bureau.
Mr Bridges has served on sub-committees in the Law Society of Singapore and have been recognized by the Criminal Legal Aid Scheme for his contributions to this Scheme. He has been a member of the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators since 1995. He has been appointed to sit on the Board of Visitors to the Prisons.