GAIN PRACTICAL ADVICE ON HOW TO MANAGE EMPLOYEE GRIEVANCES AND IMPLEMENT PROPER DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURES IN SINGAPORE

Singapore | 17 January 2017

 
 
Managing employee grievances, discipline and terminations is a challenge to both HR professionals and businesses. If not handled carefully, it places employers at risk of reputational and monetary costs – hence timely and effective management of grievances is required.
 
With more employees in Singapore becoming aware of their employment rights as evidenced by high-profile cases regarding unfair dismissals, it is essential for organisations to ensure that dismissals and disciplinary procedures are not discriminatory but at the same time are justified and fair. This would require you and your teams to take on essential roles in acknowledging complaints as well as developing practical strategies to handle employee grievances, discipline employees when needed and to handle claims and effectively resolve conflicts. 
 
The Managing Employee Grievances Discipline and Termination Workshop is a skills-based workshop that will cover crucial insights on preventing claims, implementing the proper disciplinary procedures and steps to take should an unfair dismissal or claim be made. 
 
Attending this workshop, you and your organisation will benefit from: 
 
  • Professional advice on understanding grievances and steps to take to manage them
  • Analysing updates to the relevant legislation and ensuring that your policies and procedures are compliant 
  • Best practice strategies to investigating and handling claims and complaints thoroughly, with interactive case studies from Singapore 
  • Step-by-step guide for evading and managing common mistakes, from grievance handling procedures to handling termination and dismissals
  • Essential insights on designing policies and following up with appropriate action

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WHY ATTEND

The Managing Employee Grievances Discipline and Termination Workshop will include more local case examples in 2017, allowing delegates to understand some of the situations that have happened here in Singapore. It will also include more open discussions and scenario based sessions whereby delegates will have the opportunity to discuss in groups how to handle certain situations, using role plays.

The interactive feature of the workshop in 2017 will allow attendees of all skill levels to gain both the theory and practical advice around the topic.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This Managing Employee Grievances Discipline and Termination Workshop is designed for executives with the titles of:

  • Human Resources 
  • Employee / Employment Relations and/or Services
  • Talent
  • Learning and Development
  • Training
  • General Manager and Team Leader/Manager

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