Human Resource Practitioners’ Guide to Employment Laws (2nd Edition)
– Authored by Arthur Khong
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About The Book
Like its first, the second edition of this guide serves to outline the employment laws in Singapore in simple language to help readers, especially HR practitioners and tertiary students majoring in Human Resources Management, to have a better understanding of the rights and obligations of both employers and employees. Many real life scenarios faced by HR practitioners are shared in this guide. It must be said that the solutions given in this guide are by no means exhaustive, but they will certainly be useful for the many common issues that HR practitioners may face in the course of their work.
In this second edition of the guide, there are significantly more scenarios and suggested solutions for each topic as it is critical for HR practitioners and students alike to fully appreciate the applications of the employment laws. It also provides timely and insightful updates on the recent amendments to the employment laws, such as the re-employment guidelines and the new employment dispute resolution mechanism for professionals, managers and executives.
This book will continue to be a valuable resource for those who want to learn more about employment laws in Singapore.
Who Should Read?
For All Human Resource Practitioners in HR field.
About The Author
General Manager, Human Resources
Keppel Energy Pte Ltd
Arthur Khong first began his career with the Singapore Police Force, after which he embarked on a career in human resource management with Western Digital in 1993. He has since held several senior HR positions including Director of HR of Goodwood Park Hotel, Director of HR of Far East Organization – Hotel Group and Group Regional Vice President of Yeo Hiap Seng Ltd.
Currently General Manager, Human Resources of Keppel Energy, Arthur has, in his 18 years’ career span in human resource, also held responsibilities for human resource functions in China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, United Kingdom and the United States of America. He has worked in unionized companies (also in China and Malaysia) for 14 years.
Arthur possesses a Bachelor of Arts (Economics), Bachelor of Laws (Honours), Graduate Diploma in Personnel Management, Master of Management (HR Management) and Graduate Certificate in International Arbitration.
An adjunct faculty member of SIM University, Arthur lectures Employment Laws, Employee and Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management at its School of Human Development & Social Service.
Arthur is Council Member and Chairman of the Employment Laws and Industrial Relations Committee of the Singapore Human Resource Institute, Non-Practitioner Member of the Law Society of Singapore and Fellow Member of the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators. He was also formerly Member of the Industrial Relations Panel and Chairman of Industrial (Other Areas) Group of Singapore National Employers Federation.
Most recently, he authored “Human Resource Practitioners’ Guide to Employment Laws”, 2nd Edition; which was released in March 2011 by LexisNexis. The book seeks to outline the employment laws and industrial relations in Singapore to give readers a better understanding of the rights and obligations of both the employers and employees.