(S10) (Live Presentation and Webinar) Employment Law – when is a worker an employer?

Date:   06 December 2023 (Wednesday)  Time:2:30pm– 5:45pm Language: English Level: Intermediate

Speaker: Judith Sihombing, Adjunct Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Lawyer CPD / ACCA CPD / SFC CPT / Insurers’ CPD Pts:  3 points               Fee: HK$1,790


The seminar will look at various workers to classify their relationship to employment law —the information should read

The seminar will discusser what constitutes a contract of employment, and the elements of that contract, as compared to other “look-alike” relationships such as the independent contractor.

It will also look at the relevant terms of the legislation,. questions of liability of the employer (vicarious liability) and that of the employee himself.

Recent decisions and developments in work-related matters, especially following on from COVID, dealing with the commercial world will be discussed, including matters such as “working from home”, ‘uber”,  “sharing the job” and so on .


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Judith Sihombing
(LLB (Melb) and LLM (Malaya), Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria and of the High Court of Australia) formerly Associate Profession, Faculty of Law University of Hong Kong, then PSL and Training Manager at Simmons & Simmons (HK office).