HR Compliance Seminar

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Monday, 30 October 2017
8:30 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.

(Registration starts at 8:00 a.m.)

Venue
Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel
Level 3, Ballroom 3
320 Orchard Road
Singapore 238865


Registration is closed

HR compliance: Mitigating risks and navigating challenges

In these times of constant change, global economic uncertainty and digital disruption, effective risk management and legal compliance are increasingly important considerations for all businesses. HR must take the lead to proactively manage change that can impact regulatory compliance risk for their function and the organisation as a whole.

To do this well, HR leaders must keep abreast of employment laws and policy updates and be aware of the implications of externalities that might affect their companies’ regulatory compliance risks.

Regulators are increasingly carrying out audit activities to assist employers to review their various compliance responsibilities. Generally when an audit is carried out, penalties and fines may be imposed and even prosecution of the responsible officers where lapses are found. Employers who volunteer to remediate the errors prior to any audit activities can have potential penalties reduced.

Highlights

  • Recent regulatory changes, updates and guidelines – employers should keep abreast of updates and changes to avoid non-compliance resulting in penalties. We will discuss policy changes that have resulted in these regulatory updates, as well as the overall impact on private sector employers.
  • Audits by the Ministry of Manpower, Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore, Central Provident Fund Board – what triggers these audits and how should you handle them? More importantly, how can you mitigate your risks?
  • Personal Data Protection Act – with more scrutiny on employers’ compliance, what do employers need to know?
  • The "gig" economy – what are the regulatory considerations and inherent risks?
  • Effective payroll administration – what are considerations for in-house versus outsourced vendors?
  • Panel discussion and Q&A

Speakers

  • Wu Soo Mee, Executive Director, People Advisory Services, Ernst & Young Solutions LLP
  • Lily Cheang, Senior Manager, People Advisory Services, Ernst & Young Solutions LLP
  • Jennifer Chih, Partner, PK Wong & Associates LLC
  • Raymond Leong, Partner, Advisory Services - Risk, Ernst & Young Advisory Pte Ltd
  • Yeo Kai Eng, Partner, Indirect Tax - GST, Ernst & Young Solutions LLP
  • David Ong, Partner, Corporate Services, Global Compliance and Reporting, EY Corporate Services Pte Ltd

Who should attend

HR senior executives and directors who are responsible for the company’s compliance risk as an employer

Seminar fees

  • Clients and alumni: S$150 per person
  • Public: S$180 per person
    • Includes seminar materials, coffee break and GST

Ernst & Young Solutions LLP reserves the right to cancel the seminar or amend the schedule, venue and speaker(s) due to circumstances beyond our control. Registration is on a first-come-first-served basis. We regret that only replacement is allowed upon confirmation of placement.


Enquiries

Kelly Chua