By Ravi Chandran
Employment Law in Singapore (5th Ed) documents the latest changes in legislation, such as the setting up of the Employment Claims Tribunal, as well as developments in case law such as those relating to the exercise of discretion, restraint of trade and fiduciary duties.
Written in clear and concise language, this publication is a comprehensive text on employment law in Singapore which considers both basic as well as complicated issues. It is written for both the legally trained and those without legal training, such as employers and human resource practitioners.
2. Entering into a Contract of Employment
3. Terms of the Contract of Employment
4. Obligations of the Employer
5. Obligations of the Employee
6. Termination of the Contract of Employment
7. Health and Safety at Work
8. Trade Unions and Industrial Relations
9. Changes in the Employing Enterprise
10. Employment of Foreign Employees
About the Author
Ravi Chandran graduated from Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore in 1991. He did his pupilage at Lee & Lee and was called to the Bar in 1992. He obtained his Masters in Law at Queen's College, Cambridge University. He teaches various subjects at the School of Business, National University of Singapore, including employment law. He has published widely in the area of employment law, both locally and internationally, and his work has been cited in court judgments, books and journal articles. His opinion on employment law matters has been sought by, among others, law firms, government-linked organisations and the International Labour Organisation. He is also an editorial board member of the International Labor Rights Case Law Journal and the former President of the Asian Society of Labour Law Scholars.