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An Employee Handbook (which may also be known as a Human Resources Manual) is something every company, regardless of size, should have. It is especially useful at job commencement, informing your new employees their rights and obligations,in terms of work performance, benefits, behavior and discipline etc. It also serves to introduce the workplace culture and make sure that everyone is on the same page for rules, expectations, and processes from the start. The Handbook is also a key piece of documentation if there is ever a dispute or disciplinary issue.

Based on the prevailing labour laws of Hong Kong and general workplace guidelines, the speaker of this workshop will guide participants to draft an Employee Handbook, covering the following sections:

1. The organization's culture, mission and corporate values
2. Recruitment and selection processes
3. Commencement of work and probationary period
4. Working hours, and attendance management
5. Adverse weather, force majeure situations causing changes to operational times
6. Rest days, annual leave, statutory and public holidays, and other types of leave
7. Sickness days, maternity protection and paternity leave
8. Equal opportunities policy, prevention of harassment, and protection of personal data
9. Digital policies around internet use, mobile phones and social media
10. Employee's obligation to observe the law and declare legal proceedings
11. Grievance and disciplinary procedures

Speaker(s) Cammy Liu
General Manager, Manchester Training & Consultancy Institute


Cammy started her training career as a trainer with the Civil Service Training & Development Institute ("CSTDI") and later joined the Equal Opportunities Commission as a Senior Training Consultant. She has delivered programmes on topics covering the Employment Ordinance, Employee Compensation Ordinance, Equal Opportunities Ordinance and Personal (Data) Privacy Ordinance to many major organizations in Hong Kong, including Bank of China, Ocean Park, CSTDI, Housing Authority, HKCEC and Cable TV.
Language Cantonese
Date and Time 2020/02/04 09:30 to 17:30
Venue Chamber Theatre, 22/F United Centre
Media Closed to media
Enquiries Kelly Leung
Tel: 2823 1239
Email: kelly@chamber.org.hk
Fee Members @ HK$1,800 / Non-Members @ HK$2,300
+$50 for booking offline
This event accepts Chamber Coupon (terms and conditions)
Members enjoy 30% discount with BOC HKGCC VISA Card
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