[HCMC] Employment Issues Arising From Corporate Restructuring
In the context of corporate restructuring and lay-offs, there are a number of delicate issues that emerge with respect to managing the transition of the company’s labour force.
At this breakfast, three seasoned specialists in employment law, human resources, and operations will share best practices and lessons learned on approaching labour adjustments before, during, and after the restructuring process.
Key talking points :
1. Legal implications of HR & restructuring
2. Steps to take before restructuring
3. Tips to support after restructuring
4. Common pitfalls
Ms. Sarah Galeski, Associate Director, KPMG Legal Limited
Sarah is a Canadian-trained lawyer registered with the Department of Justice in Vietnam with over 10 years of professional experience in legal services. Sarah has been based in Vietnam for approximately five years, working as an employment lawyer. She has expertise on contentious employment matters such as dismissals and the negotiation of separation agreements, as well as non-contentious matters such as the drafting of employment contracts, internal labour regulations, service agreements and consultancy agreements. Sarah also advises on employment issues in relation to global asset and share transactions.
Ms. Le Ngoc Thien Phuong, Indochina HR Head, Sanofi
Phuong has over 10 years of experience in HR and operations for large multinationals in the Asia Pacific region, such as AIG, DFS, and Nike. She also has an extensive network within the field of social compliance with Vietnamese governmental agencies and major international organizations such as International Labor Organization (ILO), World Bank and UNICEF.
Ms. Winnie Lam, COO, Colliers International in Vietnam
With more than 20 years of experience in HR Services & Business Consultancy in Canada, Hong Kong, China, Thailand and Vietnam, Winnie has a solid international network and is being considered one of the leading experts in the Vietnam labor market. Winnie is currently the COO of Colliers International in Vietnam and she is an active speaker in the region for HR and Operation subjects. Winnie is past president of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce Vietnam and has been the General Secretary to the Board for Hong Kong Business Association Vietnam since 2016.
Fee (breakfast included):
- + Member: 650,000VND
- + Non-member: 950,000VND
Registration: email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (028) 38272715, ext.126
Date:Thursday 01 January 1970
Time:12:00 am - 12:00 am
Location:Lotte Legend Hotel Saigon, 2A-4A Ton Duc Thang Street, District 1, HCMC
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