(Face to Face & Live Via Zoom) Employment Discrimination
Despite regulatory protections discrimination and discriminatory employment practices remain a problem in Hong Kong. The following course will provide information on the anti-discrimination laws in Hong Kong as well as the relevant enforcement bodies and suggestions for employers and businesses to ensure compliance and help to eliminate discrimination in the workplace.
07 Aug, 2021CPD/CPT Courses
(Face to Face & Live Via Zoom) Employment Principles and Practical Guidance
This course will discuss the employment relationship, from the formation of the employment relationship through to termination and beyond, looking at the statutory and common law framework. Given the importance to many business of their strong client base and network and specialized technical know-how, this course will review the extent of an employee’s duty of fidelity and good faith as developed in common law; the type of confidential information protected by law; and the effectiveness of restrictive covenants; as well as the remedies for breach of these duties or covenants. It will also touch on new developments in employment law and look at areas such as social media and vicarious liability.
19 Jun, 2021CPD/CPT Courses
(Face to Face & Live Via Zoom) Notifiable Transactions Listing Rules: Chapter 14
The purpose of Chapter 14 of the Listing Rules is to provide shareholders of listed companies and the general public timely disclosure of relevant information so that the public and the investors are kept fully informed of information necessary for them to appraise the position of the listed group. It will also provide an opportunity for them to participate in major corporate decisions. This course will provide an in-depth and detailed analysis of the current requirements in Chapter 14 of the Listing Rules by way of flowcharts and examples.
12 Mar, 2021CPD/CPT Courses
(Face to Face & Zoom) Connected Transactions Listing Rules: Chapter 14A
The purpose of Chapter 14A is to ensure that interests of shareholders as a whole are taken into account by a listed issuer when the listed issuer’s group enters into transactions with connected persons. Conflict of interests will or may arise so it is important to ensure a timely disclosure of relevant information to all shareholders, so that the public and investors are kept fully informed of any information necessary for them to appraise the position of the listed issuer. This course will provide an in-depth and detailed analysis of the current requirements of Chapter 14A of the Listing Rules by way of flowcharts and examples.
30 May, 2020Courses