Essential Elements of Employment Law – 21 March 2019

This practical seminar aims to provide participants a good working knowledge of the basic employment law and conditions from the day of engagement to termination of employment.

Instructed by: Elizabeth Borg. in:

Seminar Description

Seminar Description

 

Employees are one of the most important assets that a company has, hence, it is essential for Hr managers, employers as well as employees themselves to understand the local employment legislation.

This practical seminar aims to provide participants a good working knowledge of the basic employment law and conditions from the day of engagement to termination of employment. It aims to give a general understanding of the rights and obligations of workers and their employers while addressing effective employment practices that are useful wherever there is an employer-employee relationship. Participants will also have the opportunity to explore solutions to situations which are commonplace at the workplace.

CPE

Qualifies for 3 CPE PROFESSIONAL hours under the core competency area.

Seminar Fee

The seminar fee is €50.00. The fee covers seminar participation, coffee break and access to event resources.

A receipt will be issued to all participants.

Parking facilities

Participants are advised to make use of the venue’s car park. Parking space in the car park is available on a first come, first served basis. Parking is also available close to the venue.

Event Resources

Participants will receive the event resources by email.

Additional Information

For more information, kindly use the following communication mediums:

T: 21 58 53 74   M: 77 01 17 19   E: info@skillsmalta.com      Webpage: www.skillsmalta.com

Programme

Thursday, 21 March 2019

13:45   Registration
14:00  Essential Elements of Employment Law
15:30   Coffee Break
15:45   Essential Elements of Employment Law
17:05   Question Time
17:15   Close of Seminar

About Speaker

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Elizabeth Borg

Speaker

Dr. Elizabeth Borg LL. B, L.L. D., LL.M. (Turin) after graduating in 2010, has read a Masters in International Criminal Law in Turin organised by the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute in Turin. On returning to Malta, Dr. Borg worked for the…