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12 December 2016

Directions to TAFEP

Synopsis

As companies restructure in a business downturn, employers should consider alternatives of managing excess manpower before turning to retrenchment.  

If layoffs are inevitable, the retrenchment exercise should be carried out responsibly and fairly, allowing employees to leave with dignity and also to assist them with their job search where [ Read More ]

16 November 2016

TAFEP 10th Anniversary Event

13 December 2016

Directions to TAFEP
 

Objectives of Workshop

This workshop provides the fundamentals in understanding itemised payslip and key features of employment contracts for employees and their applications with reference to the [ Read More ]

01 December 2016
Directions to TAFEP  

Synopsis

This 1 day TAFEP course (organized jointly with SNEF) provides employers with an overview of the Employment Acts as well as insight to the many HR and IR related concerns/issues at the operational level. The course will also cover recent changes in [ Read More ]

08 December 2016

Directions to TAFEP

Synopsis

As a supervisor you may encounter the challenge of dealing with upset employees. In such situations you [ Read More ]

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17 December 2015

By Invitation Only: Welcome Event for New Pledge Signers

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19 November 2015

By Invitation Only: Welcome Event for New Pledge Signers

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26 November 2015

Directions to Great Eastern Centre for Excellence

Synopsis

The session will cover recent changes in Singapore’s employment landscape and the Employment Act. Attend this seminar to deepen your understanding of the key [ Read More ]

10 December 2015
Synopsis   In today’s corporate environment, having three generations of employees working in one office is the norm while having four generations working together is imminent in the near future. With a fast aging population, employees are working far longer. It is thus imperative for organisations to harness the strengths that the diversity of ages brings, achieve increased employee [ Read More ]

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24 November 2014
Sypnosis: Join us for this 1-day workshop to learn how you can put in place an action plan to train and develop the careers of Singaporeans and retain them in your workforce to achieve business sustainability and growth. Registration closes on 15 January 2015.   Click the picture below for more information about the OLT Workshop. You may sign up for the workshop by filling in the fields below.  
23 January 2014
Creating an Inclusive Workplace (CIW) workshop is a 16-hour training programme comprising of 2 progressive workshops designed to equipped HR practitioners with the know-hows and practical steps to build an inclusive and harmonious workplace to better engage a diverse workforce in achieving your organisation’s outcomes.   Participation for CIW workshop is by invitation only.   To find out how [ Read More ]
27 August 2014
In our daily supervision of employees, motivation and guidance is an essential and vital managerial responsibility. Often, this may also necessitate counselling and at worst case situations, even disciplinary action. It is therefore important that organisations, regardless of size ensure that the right procedures are in place as well as prepare managers for such scenarios.   Attend this one-day [ Read More ]
30 November 2014
The world is an increasingly small place, and no where is that felt more than in Singapore. In a country where the only natural resource is the people, our ability to work effectively across borders… whether in Johor Bahru, Johannesburg or Jersey City, Fair Employment is a critical element in ensuring that you get more than your share of the top talent.   In this highly interactive talk, Lance [ Read More ]
17 October 2014
This workshop is to find out why and how leading organisations British Telecommunications (BT) and UBS AG implement fair and non-discriminatory employment practices.   Who had attended: About 100 CEOs, HR practitioners, Managers and Supervisors attended the event. They are interested in understanding the rationale and business case for fair employment practices, what it means in the workplace as [ Read More ]

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04 January 2013
By 2020, 35% of Singapore’s population will be 50 years and above. Companies will see a corresponding rise in the number of mature employees in a workforce that will comprise of diverse age groups. In addition, the Re-employment Legislation will be implemented by January 2012 which requires companies to offer re-employment to eligible employees.   It is thus imperative for managers and [ Read More ]
08 January 2013
Join us in this one-day seminar jointly conducted by TAFEP and the Ministry of Manpower. This seminar will provide employers with useful insights on being a fair, responsible and effective employer. The session will cover recent changes in Singapore’s employment landscape and deepen understanding of key responsibilities of employers under the Employment Act and relevant tripartite guidelines.   [ Read More ]
07 February 2013
As a supervisor you may encounter the challenge of dealing with upset employees. In such situations you will need an established grievance handling procedure to deal with the situation. It is therefore important that organisations, regardless of size ensure that the right processes are in place and to prepare managers to deal with grievances.   Attend this one-day workshop to understand the [ Read More ]
01 March 2013
Have you ever wondered how inclusive your company is? Is your current workforce leveraging on each other’s difference or are they just being cordial? Have you thought about how you can develop the Singaporean core in your organisation?   Go beyond the typical climate survey to uncover the unspoken. This workshop will provide insights and tools on how organisation can leverage on the unique [ Read More ]
08 March 2013
This one-day workshop is specially developed to enable participants to implement fair and holistic performance management processes and practices, ensuring that employees not only fulfil their responsibilities but also to the best of their capabilities and organisation’s expectations. Please click here for the trainer's profile.     Who should attend   Employers, HR practitioners, supervisors and [ Read More ]

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06 January 2012
The one day workshop is specially developed to help participants implement appropriate employment practices and also facilitate the training of line managers on fair employment interview and selection practices. Companies that have signed the Employers’ Pledge of Fair Employment can send one participant each to attend the workshop. There is no charge. Handouts and materials will be provided.    [ Read More ]
10 January 2012
Join us in this one-day seminar jointly conducted by TAFEP and the Ministry of Manpower. This seminar will provide employers with useful insights on being a fair, responsible and effective employer. The session will cover recent changes in Singapore’s employment landscape and deepen understanding of key responsibilities of employers under the Employment Act and relevant tripartite guidelines.    [ Read More ]
13 January 2012
In today’s corporate environment, having employees of diverse cultures in one office is not uncommon. This program aims to examine the challenges organisations face with the diverse cultures and backgrounds of Asian professionals in their workplaces and the stereotypes and unconscious bias that shaped institutionalised reactions. At this program, organisations will also get to share and learn [ Read More ]
17 January 2012
By 2020, 35% of Singapore’s population will be 50 years and above. Companies will see a corresponding rise in the number of mature employees in a workforce that will comprise of diverse age groups. In addition, the Re-employment Legislation will be implemented by January 2012 which requires companies to offer re-employment to eligible employees.   It is thus imperative for managers and [ Read More ]
02 February 2012
As a supervisor you may encounter the challenge of dealing with upset employees. In such situations you will need an established grievance handling procedure to deal with the situation. It is therefore important that organisations, regardless of size ensure that the right processes are in place and to prepare managers to deal with grievances.   Attend this one-day workshop to understand the [ Read More ]

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11 January 2011
PREPARE™ adopts a comprehensive and integrative approach to the implementation of re-employment by focusing on six main HR practices under one strategic framework to help companies put in place HR and re-employment practices in preparation for the re-employment legislation that is being introduced by 2012.   Programme participants will receive relevant policies, procedures, tools, and templates [ Read More ]
20 January 2011
Mature employees are less effective than younger employees?                                               Myth / Fact  We will all experience some form of DISABILITY as we age?                                                    Myth / Fact  Mature employees are often unwilling to change / learn new things / technology?                 Myth / Fact   Come and hear from Dr Gerald Koh, assistant [ Read More ]
24 January 2011
By 2020, 35% of Singapore’s population will be 50 years and above. Companies will see a corresponding rise in the number of mature employees in a workforce that will comprise of diverse age groups. In addition, the Re-employment Legislation will be implemented by January 2012 which requires companies to offer re-employment to eligible employees.   It is thus imperative for managers and [ Read More ]
11 February 2011
Networking Session with Employers - Complimentary   The objective of this Networking Session with Employers is to provide a platform for employers to come together and network with one another. In addition, NTUC Women’s Development Secretariat will also share on the initiatives to recruit, train and retain back-to-work women, so as to meet the manpower needs of employers in this tight labor [ Read More ]
18 February 2011
The one day workshop is specially developed to help participants implement appropriate employment practices and also facilitate the training of line managers on fair employment interview and selection practices. Companies that have signed the Employers’ Pledge of Fair Employment can send one participant each to attend the workshop. There is no charge. Handouts and materials will be provided.    [ Read More ]

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21 January 2010
The one day workshop is specially developed to help participants implement appropriate employment practices and also facilitate the training of line managers on fair employment interview and selection practices. Open to NCSS member VWOs, this workshop is customised for the people sector (limited to one participant per VWO). There is no charge. Handouts and materials will be provided.    Why [ Read More ]
26 January 2010
By 2020, 35% of Singapore’s population will be 50 years and above. Companies will see a corresponding rise in the number of mature workers. It is imperative for management and human resource personnel to possess the necessary understanding, knowledge and skills to manage, counsel and optimise the strengths and abilities of mature workers, at both individual and company levels.   The Tripartite [ Read More ]
05 February 2010
Ask a fish what it thinks about the water in which it swims.  Just like the fish who doesn’t notice its surroundings, we often take our unstated assumptions for granted and don’t realize the impact they can have on how we communicate, how we make decisions – and how we manage employment practices in our organizations.   The Workshop on Fair Hiring will help you develop greater awareness of your [ Read More ]
16 March 2010
Join us in this comprehensive one-day seminar jointly conducted by TAFEP and the Ministry of Manpower to find out how you can keep up with the labour market changes while being a fair and responsible employer through gaining better understanding of the Tripartite Guidelines on Fair Employment Practices as well as the Employment Act.    Programme Outline: Fair Employment Practices Responsible [ Read More ]
07 April 2010
Building on the success of the inaugural Conference on Fair Employment Practices held in 2009, the Conference returns for its second run on 7 April 2010. The one-day conference will feature leading business and industry experts such as Mr Jaspal Singh Bindra (Group Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer, Asia, Standard Chartered Bank) and Mr Howard Ross (Founder & Chief Learning [ Read More ]

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23 September 2009
This seminar will be showcasing the benefits of implementing fair employment and worklife integration programmes and flexible work arrangements in the workplace, and how these programmes have helped to enhance the contributions of women at work.   Mdm Halimah Yacob, Deputy Secretary-General of NTUC, will be gracing the seminar as the Guest-of-Honour.    PROGRAMME 8:30 am          Registration   9 [ Read More ]
01 October 2009
The inaugural 'What does Fair Employment Mean to Me?' photo competition generated excellent responses from members of the public. Many were light-hearted, some were intriguing, others were unexpected and a few truly gave us much food for thought.   View the winning entries at the following libraries or online.
25 September 2009
With an aging population and declining birth rates, employees are working far longer and many organisations are faced with the challenging task of managing employees from different generations. To be effective, you need to focus on harnessing the strengths that the diversity of ages brings, achieve increased employee engagement and maximise productivity to increase organisational performance. It [ Read More ]
04 November 2009
The one day workshop is specially developed to help participants implement appropriate employment practices and also facilitate the training of line managers on fair employment interview and selection practices. Companies that have signed the Employers’ Pledge of Fair Employment can send one participant each to attend the workshop. There is no charge. Handouts and materials will be provided.    [ Read More ]

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23 January 2008
Attend this seminar to find out about non-discriminatory recruitment practices and how well planned and designed recruitment practices will help your organisation to get the right people for the job, thereby raising productivity and organisational performance. The seminar will also include the do’s and don’ts of writing job advertisements as well as how to conduct the interview, one of the most [ Read More ]
28 February 2008
Calling CEOs and Senior Leaders of SMEs........You are invited to a CEO Breakfast Networking Session on 28 Feb 2008. This event is jointly organised by the Association of Small and Medium Enterprises (ASME) and the Tripartite Centre for Fair Employment. At this session, you will learn about practical tips and the benefits of implementing fair employment practices from Cherie Hearts Group, The GMP [ Read More ]
17 April 2008
Diversity @ Work Seminar   This seminar is organised by AMERICAN EXPRESS, sponsored by CISCO, with the Tripartite Centre for Fair Employment as Event Partner   Date: Thursday, 17 Apr 08 Time: 2:00pm to 5:30pm Venue: Fullerton Hotel, Ballroom 2    Learn about the business case for diversity and how diversity initiatives can be implemented. Speakers and presenters are from American Express, Cisco, [ Read More ]
24 April 2008
Attend this Networking Session to find out more about fair employment practices and diversity at IBM Singapore. IBM Singapore was recently awarded the HRM Award for Fair Employment Practices in March 2008.   Workforce diversity and fair employment is a cornerstone of IBM’s strategy to differentiate itself as one of the world’s great companies and IBM believes that diversity and inclusion is more [ Read More ]
23 June 2008
Programme Outline:    10:30am | Registration and light refreshments 11:00am | Welcome and Introduction 11:10am | Presentation on:   Fair Employment practices and diversity in Singapore Factors affecting the adoption of employment equity in Canada Value diversity for innovativeness: Estonian experiences Diversity as our primary source of novelty, creativity and mutual understanding Current [ Read More ]

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12 April 2007

59 ministries and statutory boards made individual commitments to practices such as recruiting based on merit, treating employees with respect and rewarding them fairly. 

  ‘The pledge signing reaffirms our commitment to recruit, develop and reward officers based on individual merits. This principle of fair opportunity will enable the public service to widen our reach to attract and retain [ Read More ]
20 November 2007
The Tripartite Centre for Fair Employment opened its door to the public on 20 November 2007. Some 150 employers and trade union leaders were present to witness the launch ceremony. The Guest-of-Honour, Minister for Manpower and Second Minister for Defence, Dr Ng Eng Hen officiated the ceremony together with TAFEP Co-Chairpersons, Mr Bob Tan and Mdm Halimah Yacob.   Dr Ng Eng Hen giving his [ Read More ]