Parvez Rahim has over 46 years’ experience in industrial and employee relations, mostly in the multinational companies. After graduating from the University Law College, Lahore in 1969, he practiced labor cases in the courts at Lahore for about two years. He joined a state enterprise Lahore Engineering and Foundry Limited in the field of Industrial Relations in 1972. Parvez joined Exxon Chemical Pakistan Ltd at Daharki in 1977 as Industrial Relations Officer and worked there for six years. He then joined ICI Pakistan Ltd in early 1983 as Personnel and Administrative Services Manager in its Polyester Business at Sheikhupura and retired in April 2005 as Corporate Industrial Relations Manager at Karachi after working in this capacity for 18 years. He has the experience of conducting more than five thousand disciplinary cases in the organizations where he has worked. He has been working as the Employee Relations Advisor at a large hospital in Karachi since May 2005, and is currently associated with it as Consultant, Employee Relations. Parvez is much published writer of letters and articles mostly on labour legislation and industrial relations in the country’s leading English publications especially the daily Dawn, to which he has contributed more than 500 articles so far..

Welcome to Playoff

Playoff; a not-so-fantasy world where player organizations compete to attract and retain their employees.

Your world has undergone a brutal recession, crippling pandemic, and is now made to face a new generation of workers, that come with a completely different set of expectations and needs. This has fueled the already gaping disconnect and disengagement between employer and employee, and if organizations don’t gear up today, they will lose out on talent in the future.