How to Handle Inappropriate Staff
Based on Law
(Course Code: HR191209)
Date: 2019.12.09 (Mon)
Time: 9:30am - 5:30pm
Venue: Room 2101, 21/F., Gala Commercial Center, 56 Dundas Street, Kowloon
Language: Cantonese with English terminology
*Discount for payment settled on or before 18 November 2019, or 3 delegates enrol together.
Who Should Attend
Directors, Human Resources Managers, Department Managers
How the employers prevent the inappropriate staff behaviours based on the laws：
The importance of the recruitment procedures, how to test the suitability and credibility of the candidates and avoid the employment of illegal workers
Proper management of the probationary period, extension of probation and staff performance recording
The importance of staff code, discipline, complaint and redress mechanism
How can attendance policy for hourly paid and monthly paid staff be established to prevent undue lateness, early off and absence?
What is meant by disability discrimination and violation of personal data privacy? How could policy be properly set up to prevent abuse and complaints?
How can the employers handle the misbehaved pregnant employees properly without violating the law?
How to set up and take disciplinary action: verbal warning, written warning and final warning?
Termination and Summary Dismissal - the differences and the procedures
Participants who successfully complete this course and have 80% attendance will be issued a Certificate of Attendance
BA (Hons) Social Science (Policy)
HR & Corporate Trainer
Having many years practical experience in settling monetary disputes between employees and employers. Handled over 5000 phone calls. Currently, she is a HR & Corporate Trainer and the columnist for Recruit HR corner.
Her clients come from universities, NPO, NGO and private companies. Just to name a few, such as:
Hong Kong Baptist University
Chinese University of Hong Kong
Tuen Mun IVE
Hang Seng Management College
Hong Kong Society for the Blind
Aberdeen Kai-fong Welfare Association
Yan Oi Tong YES Program
The Hong Kong FYG Continuous Learning Centre
Tel: 2153 9887
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