5 edition of Employment law in Singapore found in the catalog.
Employment law in Singapore
|LC Classifications||KPP125.5 .C43 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lix, 387 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||387|
|LC Control Number||2008339640|
What is an employment contract in Singapore? An employment contract is an agreement between the two parties (the Employer and the Employee) which govern their relationship and is enforceable by law. A contract can be entirely written, entirely oral or partly written and partly oral. However, both parties must enter into the contract voluntarily for [ ]. Developments in Singapore law reflect an acute awareness of the need to recognize and accommodate current international business and commercial practices. The legal system in Singapore has received numerous international accolades for its efficiency and integrity.
Employment Act. Learn about the Employment Act, who it covers and Workright. Leave. Eligibility and entitlements for leave, including maternity leave, childcare leave, annual leave and sick leave. Public holidays. View Singapore's public holidays for , and Managing employment disputes. A Comprehensive Look at Company Law in Singapore Company law determines the nature of interaction between investors, shareholders, creditors, stakeholders, employees, directors, corporations and community or environment. Here’s a detailed overview of all that you need to know about company law in Singapore.
If you have signed a contract in Singapore agreeing to do something but find yourself unable to do it due to circumstances that are entirely beyond your control and that you could not have foreseen, then you may be able to get out of those obligations, at least for a while, by invoking the concepts of force majeure or frustration. The Employment Act in Singapore. The relation between employers and employees in Singapore fall under the Employment Act and is based on a contract of employment. The conclusion of an employment contract may be agreed upon by both parties, but it must respect the provisions of the Singapore Employment Law.A particularity of the Employment Act is that it does not apply to all .
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The Employment Act is Singapore's main labour law. It provides for the basic terms and working conditions for all types of employees, with some exceptions. Learn about the Act and who is covered. Employment Law in Singapore, Sixth Edition It provides updates on various recent developments, and in particular addresses the latest changes to the Employment Act which came into force in April by Ravi Chandran (Author) SG$ Law Books share A Treatise on Singapore Constitutional Law.
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This new edition is updated with practical points and highlight issues relating to the drafting of employment contracts. Precisely speaking, the Singapore Employment Act (Ministry of Manpower employment act) is the main labour law that protects the rights and outlines the responsibilities and statutory requirements of both employee and employer.
Employment Law in Singapore, 4th Edition - Employment / Labour Law - Law "Since the previous edition of this book, there were a slew of changes to labour legislation and policies in Singapore.
In particular, we saw the milestone Employment Act amendments which expanded the scope of coverage of the Act to PM. Employment law is a broad area, and IRB Law are experts across this field of law, acting for both employers and employees.
Employment law in Singapore book We have experience in handling common issues such as unfair dismissal, non-payment of correct salary, discrimination, non-compete clauses, breach of contract, and much more. The book explains the subject in the context of international and regional environmental law and the Singapore legal system.
It describes, explains and critiques the applicable legal principles, legislative provisions and cases. Singapore Employment Act The Employment Act of is Singapore’s primary labor legislation which governs the relations between the employer and the employees in an organization. The main purpose of the Act is to maintain good employment standards and safeguard working conditions for.
Significant amendments to Singapore's Employment Act (EA) take effect April 1. With the removal of the qualifying requirements around salary and job grade, every private sector employee in.
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The employment law regulatory framework applies to all employees who work in Singapore, including foreign nationals, and applies regardless of any choice of governing law in the employment contract. Laws applicable to nationals working abroad. Although Singapore’s employment and labour landscape is relatively straightforward and considered to be one of the least restrictive in Asia, it is quite dynamic at present.
The Employment Act. Employment Law in Singapore – Cases and Materials consolidates and traces the development of the various legislation which regulate employment practices in Singapore (including the Employment Act, the Employment of Foreign Manpower Act, the Employment Agencies Act, the Work Injury Compensation Act, the Workplace Safety and Health Act and the Foreign Employee Dormitories Act.
Employee-employer relationships are governed by the Singapore Employment Act. Considered as the primary labour law in Singapore, the Employment Act provides the minimum statutory requirements for wages, hours of work and other terms and conditions of employment for all types of employees.
Singapore Employment Act Prevails Over Contractual Provisions. With new amendments to be introduced from 1 April Participants will receive “A Guide to The Employment Act & Its Related Legislations (2nd Edition)” book worth S$30 & “HR Case Studies” book worth S$16 Line Managers and Supervisors often rely upon their HR.
Employment Law Essentials Manual + Online Edition with 1-Year Update Service. Singapore’s key item of employment legislation is the Employment Act, which deals with basic issues such as employment contracts, termination, pay, working hours, part-time work, rest periods, annual leave, public holidays, maternity leave and childcare leave.
The Act covers virtually all private sector employees apart from seafarers and domestic workers, though its provisions on working. Employment Law in Singapore, 4th Edition takes into account the changes to the Employment Act which came into force on 1st Aprilas well as other legislative and case law developments.
This publication is fully referenced with the latest legislation and case law and each chapter has a clear overview of the subject matter and is broken. Employment Law in Singapore (5th Ed) documents the latest changes in legislation, such as the setting up of the Employment Claims Tribunal, as well as developments in case law such as those relating to the exercise of discretion, restraint of trade and fiduciary duties.
books and journal articles. His opinion on employment law matters has.Work hours arrangements are one of the most important aspects of employment law, particularly in relation to attendance, rest and overtime compensation.
Regulations in mainland China, Hong Kong.Employment Law 4e is the most complete and accessible introduction to the subject, suitable for students from a variety of backgrounds including HRM and business management.
The expert author team combine a wealth of knowledge in teaching, examining, and practising employment law to ensure the reader has a firm understanding of legal principles, in both an academic and professional context.