Managing Statutory Rights and Benefits for
Part-time, Casual and Fixed-term
Contract Staff Lawfully
(Course Code: HR180326)
Date: 2018.03.26 (Mon)
Time: 9:30am - 5:30pm
Venue: CED School of Business (3/F., 210 Java Road, North Point, H.K.)
Language: Cantonese with English terminology
*Discount for payment settled on or before 5 March 2018, or 3 enrolments apply together.
Who Should Attend
Directors, Human Resources Managers, Department Managers
Introduce the protection of full-time, part-time and regular employment agreement according to Hong Kong Labour Legislation
The differences and benefits between Continuous Contract of Employment and non-Continuous Contract of Employment
How can companies provide “part-time” employees' rights and benefits under the Employment Ordinance (such as Annual Leave, Sick Leave, Maternity Leave, etc.) and how to calculate their salaries?
When an employee fulfills 418, or change to part-time or, or change to self-employed, how should his statutory benefits be granted?
How to calculate the employment period of fixed contract staffs? How to manage the contract renewal lawfully?
During the fixed contract, how to handle an employee's sick leave, pregnancy, or work-related injuries and to prevent discrimination?
What benefits would “part-time” or fixed term contract staff be entitled to upon termination, severance or dismissal?
Miss Kiki Ho
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
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