How Will You Handle Your Harveys? Panel Discussion 4 December 2017

How Will You Handle Your Harveys? Panel Discussion 4 December 2017

Managing Harassment in the Workplace

There is a new climate. Employees are speaking up and tolerance for harassment is down. In the face of changing attitudes, companies cannot afford to wait until there is a crisis to put the right policies and practices into place.

Learn from experts on the best practices for creating a safe work environment and managing workplace harassment.

This event will be hosted by Bloomberg, in partnership with AWARE and TSMP Law Corporation who are the sponsors of refreshments. Refreshments will be offered from 6pm.

Note: This session is ‘off-the-record’

Please RSVP here to ensure your spot.

Date: Monday, 4 Dec 2017
Time: 6pm to 8.30pm
Venue: 23 Church Street, 12/F Capital Square Auditorium, Singapore 049481.

SPEAKER PROFILES

Meena Anand

Meena Anand is an experienced global HR professional with strong expertise in Organizational Development, Employee Relations and M&A. Currently she leads the Employee Relations and Conduct functions globally at Standard Chartered. In the past Meena has successfully held both senior generalist and specialist HR roles at Standard Chartered, Barclays and UBS.

Corinna Lim

Corinna Lim is Catalyse Consulting’s Director and AWARE’s Executive Director. Corinna has extensive experience advising and training on workplace harassment. She was involved in research on workplace harassment and advocating for legal protection against workplace harassment. In 2014, she worked with the Ministry of Law on the Protection of Harassment Act. Corinna has provided consultancy to organisations on managing workplace harassment, and has also advised workplace harassment victims on their legal rights. She also founded and ran a successful technology start up, Bizibody Technology, and practised law in Allen & Gledhill, Khattar Wong and Koh Ong & Partners.

Ian Lim

Ian heads the Employment & Labour team at TSMP. His practice covers advisory, transactional and contentious employment work, with a focus on non-competition, dismissal, data privacy, harassment, M&A employee transfers and industrial relations issues. Ian is the lead author for the Singapore chapters of “The Employment Law Review” and “Getting the Deal Through – Labour & Employment”, as well as the Employment chapter of “Law Relating to Specific Contracts in Singapore”. Ian serves as Chairman of the Law Society Civil Practice Committee, and is a Referee of the State Courts Small Claims Tribunals and a Fellow of the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators.

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