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Many businesses are facing great challenges due to the disruption of COVID-19. We're here to help you! Mark your calendars for SHRI's #infoHR Webinar Series: Leveraging Budget 2020 for Employers on 6 May.


Join us for this session with expert guides by PwC and e2i. Grace Huang and Zhang Jiaming from the Employment Tax team at PwC Singapore Global Mobility Services Team will share an overview of the COVID-19 fiscal measures introduced by IRAS and CPF Board. Evangeline Tan and Lee Pei Xi from e2i will discuss about the Job Security Council through an Adapt and Grow initiative.


Date: 6 May 2020, Wednesday

Time: 4pm

Platform: Connect via Zoom

Fee: Free!


SESSION DETAILS


Fiscal measures to help Employers cope with COVID-19

Speakers: Grace Huang and Zhang Jiaming


The COVID-19 outbreak has disrupted businesses worldwide and organisations are facing tremendous challenges to which they need to respond rapidly. This unprecedented situation is raising many tax and CPF issues for both cross-border and domestic employees in Singapore. Employers are also extending various support measures to enable employees to remain resilient and embrace New Ways of Working - i.e Working from Home.


In this session, Grace and Jiaming from the Employment Tax team at PwC Singapore Global Mobility Services Team, will be providing an overview of the fiscal measures introduced by IRAS and CPF Board in response to COVID-19 and other related issues and impact. Continue your Awareness on changing landscapes on Employment Tax while embracing "Work From Home" and join the live webinar to get insights on the above issues.


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e2i Placement Services and Job Security Council

Speakers: Evangeline Tan and Lee Pei Xi


e2i has assisted in the manpower needs of companies through the Adapt and Grow initiative to encourage employers to support Singaporeans in making career transitions, such as salary support programme from Professional Conversion Programme and Career Support Programme to hire eligible locals and Career Trial to assess a jobseeker's fit via a cost-free short-term work stint before offering employment.

This year, the NTUC Job Security Council (JSC) ecosystem is launched to pilot new ways to match and place workers, minimise retrenchments and shorten unemployment period. As part of the ecosystem, companies will receive support in their economic cycles to cope with fluctuating manpower needs.



May 6, 2020

4 PM - 5:30 PM

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Speakers

  • Grace Huang (Director of Global Mobility Services at PwC International Assignment Services (Singapore) Pte Ltd)

    Grace Huang

    Director of Global Mobility Services at PwC International Assignment Services (Singapore) Pte Ltd

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  • Jiaming Zhang (Senior Manager, Global Mobility Services at PwC International Assignment Services (Singapore) Pte Ltd)

    Jiaming Zhang

    Senior Manager, Global Mobility Services at PwC International Assignment Services (Singapore) Pte Ltd

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  • Pei Xi Lee (Principal Specialist, ICT & Media at Employment and Employability (e2i))

    Pei Xi Lee

    Principal Specialist, ICT & Media at Employment and Employability (e2i)

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  • Evangeline Tan (Senior Industry Specialist, Job Security Council at Employment and Employability (e2i))

    Evangeline Tan

    Senior Industry Specialist, Job Security Council at Employment and Employability (e2i)

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