Hong Kong Management Association

Legal Essentials for Human Resources Management

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Course Information

Schedules
  • 9 Aug 2024 (Fri) 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Registration period
8 Feb 2024 (Thu) - 9 Aug 2024 (Fri)
Price
HKD 2,500
(HKMA Member: HK$2,350 ; Non-member: HK$2,500

Early Bird: Less HK$200(For those who make payment one month prior to the course commencement)

Group Discount: HK$200 each(For companies which send a total of two OR more participants to this course and enroll at the same time)
Study Mode
Duration
2 Month(s)
Language
Cantonese, English
Location
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Course Overview

This workshop aims to provide attendants with a one-stop shop of essential and basic legal knowledge vital for human
resources professionals when dealing with various scenarios that they may commonly come across in workplace, including
but not limited to key legal provisions and legal concepts in relation to their daily practice, the difference between “contract
of service” and “contract for service”, the introduction to the recent amendments in Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance (Cap.
486) and Sexual Discrimination Ordinance (Cap. 480), and the general understanding of dispute resolution. The latest and key
developments in relevant areas would be touched upon with reference to statutory provisions and leading case authorities.

What You’ll Learn

This workshop aims to provide attendants with a one-stop shop of essential and basic legal knowledge vital for human
resources professionals when dealing with various scenarios that they may commonly come across in workplace, including
but not limited to key legal provisions and legal concepts in relation to their daily practice, the difference between “contract
of service” and “contract for service”, the introduction to the recent amendments in Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance (Cap.
486) and Sexual Discrimination Ordinance (Cap. 480), and the general understanding of dispute resolution. The latest and key
developments in relevant areas would be touched upon with reference to statutory provisions and leading case authorities.



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