1 edition of Guide to the Singapore Employment Act found in the catalog.
Guide to the Singapore Employment Act
Vincent A. Gabriel
|Other titles||Singapore Employment Act|
|LC Classifications||KPP125.5 .G33 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||72 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||72|
|LC Control Number||2010440588|
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This book will allow readers to have a better understanding about the clauses and how they can make the best use of employment law in order to meet corporate objectives.
About the Author Martin Gabriel began his career with the Ministry of Manpower as an Inspector enforcing the Employment of Foreign Manpower Act. English Books Due to the Suspension of Activities at Workplace Premises that takes effect from 7th April till 4th May (or until further notice), Webstore Singapore’s order fulfillment will be delayed.
by Martin Gabriel Synopsis This book examines key clauses of the Employment Act and its related legislations. Written in clear and concise language, this book breaks down and interprets legal jargon for the laymen and allows them to gain a better understanding about employment law in Singapore and their rights and enti.
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Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you. Singapore Employment Act Guide As a regional business hub and an open economy, Singapore has an eclectic mix of human capital. The Singapore government has a well-thought out and structured legislation in place in the form of the Singapore Employment Act.
Written in clear and concise language, this publication is a comprehensive text on employment law in Singapore which considers both basic as well as complicated issues. It is written for both the legally trained and those without legal training, such as employers, business students and human resource practitioners.
About the Employment Act The Employment Act is Singapore’s main employment law. It provides for the basic terms and working conditions for employees through core provisions and Part IV provisions that provide additional protection.
Core Provisions Salary payment Payment to be made within 7 days after the end of salary period. About the Employment Act 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.
a person who is employed or engaged or works in any capacity on board a harbour craft or pleasure craft licensed under regulations made under section 41 of the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore Act (Cap. A), when the harbour craft or pleasure craft is used within a port declared by the Minister under section 3 of that Act.
The Singapore government has a well-thought out and structured legislation in place in the form of the Singapore Employment Act (SEA), which is the main labor law of the country. The SEA clearly spells out the basic terms and conditions of employment and the rights and responsibilities of employers as well as employees under a contract of service.
As a common practice in Singapore, all employees are given an annual leave around 14 days per year, well above the 7 days minimum required under the Singapore Employment Act.
SICK LEAVE If the employee has worked for at least 6 months for the company: The employee is entitled to 14 days of sick leave per year, and 60 days of hospitalization. Singapore Employment Guide. The Singapore Employment Guide provides a comprehensive overview of the major issues within employment law, and how they apply to the workplace.
Among others, the main legislation referred to is the Employment Act. The book provides guidance on how to comply with workplace laws and regulat Read more.
Published: Oct Employment Act • Governs terms & conditions of employment in Singapore • Covers all workers who work under a contract of service, except: Seamen, Domestic workers; Managerial, Executive & Confidential staff; Statutory Board and Government employees • Terms & conditions of contract of service CANNOT be less favourable than the ACT.
Employment Act (CHAPTER 91) Status: 99 Power to call for returns, books, etc. (Repealed) Offence Singapore Statutes Online is provided by the Legislation Division of the Singapore Attorney-General's Chambers.
The Singapore Employment Act (EA) in Singapore outlines the basic terms and conditions of employment, statutory requirements employers must comply with as well as the rights and responsibilities of employers and employees under a contract of service.
This guide provides Ministry of Manpower employment act details and Summary of Employment Laws in Singapore. The Singapore White Book is your practical guide to civil procedure in an ever-changing international legal hub. Rest easy knowing that you’ll always be on top of new developments with the Singapore White Book, as it gives you speedy print and digital access to new rules annotated by leading senior practitioners.
Introduction. The Employment Act (EA) was enacted in It is Singapore's main labour law that seeks to provide for the basic terms and working conditions for all types of employees except those employed in managerial or executive positions, seamen and domestic workers.
Employee Benefits in Singapore The welfare and well-being of an employee is something that Singapore takes seriously. In accordance with the Singapore Employment Act, common practices are applied to employment contracts, wages, and benefit plans that. 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. 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 Author: Ravi Chandran.
Generally, the Employment Act in Singapore covers any person who has entered into a contract of service with an employer. This includes workmen and government employees. The whole Employment Act also covers persons in managerial or executive positions earning a base pay of up to $4, per month except for Part IV.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 .Please include your area code in your phone number.
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Published Books - A Guide to The Employment Act & Its Related Legislations (2nd.