HR Leadership: Moving from Compliance to Commitment

人力资源管理:雇佣法令与员工激励领导力

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The Employment Act & The Cost of Non Compliance

While it is the employer’s responsibility to ensure that their HR practices are compliant with the Employment Act, most SMEs are not sure exactly what this entails. This seminar will provide you with an overview of and critical updates on the Employment Act, including the penalties for non-compliance and the resources available to assess your company policies against the required regulatory requirements.

Solving The Employee Motivation Problem

Employee motivation is the key to increased productivity as well as business success. However, there is more to motivating your employees than just giving a pep talk to get them excited about the work that they do. In this segment, our speaker will lead you in debunking the common myths of motivation and discuss what you can do to better engage your employees to ignite their motivation from within.

PLUS! Complimentary “WorkRight Inspection” Compliance Check

Key Takeaways:

  • The Employment Act & How It's Often Overlooked

  • Common Myth about Motivation

  • The Cost of Non-compliance

  • Customised Approach on Motivation

  • Current Employment Act Highlights

  • HR Shared Services for Your Business

  • Upcoming Changes to the Employment Act

  • Enterprise Singapore's Funding Support

Speaker

Jit Puru is a professional conference speaker and bestselling author who specialises in the areas of leadership, people relations and motivation. He has spoken to thousands from all over the world on these topics at conferences and conventions, as well as to world-class organisations such as Motorola Solutions, Here Technologies, MullenLowe, DBS Bank, Great Eastern Life Assurance, Flextronics, BDO and many
more. Jit is the author of “You Deserve Happiness” published in June 2016 and the upcoming book “Who Motivates The leader?” due to be published in 2019.

For enquiries, please contact Mr Zekson at zekson@sccci.org.sg or 6430 8335.