Labour laws or employment laws are the body of laws comprising statutory provisions for managing the industrial and commercial establishments, court rulings and precedents, which address the reciprocal rights and obligations of the employers and their employees. As such they provide various enactments with welfare orientation and forums for improvement in the working conditions and relationship between the employers and workers and procedures for the resolution of industrial disputes.
Implications generated due to the recently pronounced judgments by the superior courts in labour matters. These judgments are helping in clarifying the ambiguities caused on account of promulgation of labour laws especially in the Sindh province, following the devolution. To assess and manage situations relating to indiscipline whereby counseling or reprimanding an employee becomes necessary in order to avoid repetition of such behavior in the future. To identify and co-relate instances of indiscipline with those acts and/or omissions which constitute misconduct under the law and to propose the course of action in such instances or cases. Handling of cases of harassment at the workplace.
Purpose Know the history of labour legislation and employment contract. Besides other laws, understand the Sindh Terms of Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 2015, the Sindh Industrial relations Act, 2013 and the drastic changes made in the Sindh Employees’ Social Security Act, 2016.
The course will be interactive in which the participants will be encouraged to share their work experiences in the group. The trainer will cite his own instances of critical industrial disputes confronted by him during his association with various companies and whether or not those disputes ended according to the management’s expectation. During the discussion on disciplinary procedure, a role play will be conducted in order to hone the participants’ skill of managing the discipline issues.
Human Resource and industrial relationship managers, line managers with large teams, supervisors of non-management staff from both public and private sector.
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Training Date: 31st March 2022
Training Price: PKR 20,000 + ST
Training mode: Classroom
Training venue: PSTD
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Pakistan Society for Training and Development
Plot # TC-3, 34th Street, Khayaban-e-Seher
Phase V, DHA, Karachi 75500.
PSTD Cancellation Policy – Cancellations made at least 5 working days prior to the program will be refunded 50%. If a booking is canceled in less than 5 working days, no refunds can be given. Cancellations must be confirmed by a letter or email. Substitutions may be made at any time for the same program only. In case of the participant not showing up on the day of the training a replacement can be sent.