Indian Labor Law Training Workshop
Capital Trainings Organisation, announces a workshop on ‘Managing Contract Labour’.
In response to the recent trend of outsourcing and its implications of provisions under factories act, 1948 in relation to occupational safety & health at work places.
Day and Date: Saturday 21st April 2018
Venue: Hotel Vista Signature,Plot No B-109 & 110, Near Unitech Signature Towers,South City-1 Gurgaon, Haryana 122001
Phone: 0124 441 5555
“Unfolding the Knowledge & Building Skills of People & Organizations”
There is no doubt that the knowledge of labour laws is very important to the practicing managers in the field of IR / HR but case law is equally important through which the basic law is interpreted and acted upon. The knowledge of Labour Laws would be incomplete without the knowledge of case law based on the judicial pronouncements of the highest court that is Supreme Court of India and High Courts established in various states. You may be aware that various High courts and the Supreme Court of India have delivered a few landmark judgements which have many implications and have established the precedents and therefore understanding of such judgements is quite important.
At times different High Courts and Benches of Supreme Court in different cases deliver judgments which do not same to be in accordance with the view taken by the same court earlier which creates the confusion in the minds of practicing managers. The objective of the workshop is to provide clarifications and impart knowledge of the latest judgements which is indicative of the latest trends of judgements on Labour issues in the changed competitive market driven economy in the era of globalized international trade.
The study of the recent judgements of the Supreme Court & High Courts reveals that there has been a paradigm shift in the approach of Indian Judiciary in the matter relating to the engagement of Contract Labour, Discipline and Disciplinary Procedure, Service Contract and Standing Orders, Compliance of Principle of Natural Justice, These judgements, may help in bringing flexibility, discipline in Industry and maintaining work culture in spite of the main Acts having remained largely unchanged.
- Understanding Contract Labour Act and its Legal Implications
- Principal Employers’ and Contractors’ Obligations.
- Applicability, Coverage & Scope
- Abolition, Prohibition and Absorption of Contract Labour
- Implications of the Court Judgments
- Safeguards against undesired absorption of Contract Labour
- Statutory Canteen
- Safe Agreements with Contractors
- Regulatory Provisions; Records and Registers
- Employer’s Obligations and Responsibilities
- Safeguards against contracts perceived as “Sham” by the Court
- Precautions to be taken in entering agreement with Contractors – Latest Case Laws
- Contract Labour’s Interface with other Labour Laws
- ESI and PF on outsourced jobs, Recent Court judgments on contract labour
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Ø Managers / Executives in HR/ IR/Admn./ Legal and line functionaries
Ø Human Resource Managers/ Legal Manager / Administrative Staff
Ø Project Managers, Labour / Welfare Officers/ IR practitioners
Ø Other Line / Staff Executives
Ø Entrepreneurs /SSI Owners
FACULTY: “Knowledge is Treasure but Practice is the Key to it”
Mr. V.K. Sharma, is a M.Tech (Industrial Engineering) in Indian Institute of Technology Delhi. and B.E. (Electrical Engineering) from Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore and securing First Division and ninth rank in order of merit. He has rich experience of over 3 decades and shall provide practical solutions to the problems faced by the Units .He is also LLB from Delhi University.
He has conducted many in-house as well as open training programs and workshops on labour laws, contract labour, Factories Act and Rules, Industrial Safety, Mining, Occupational Safety and Health for corporate executives, government officials and school teachers. He has conducted many Safety Audit under IS.14489 in large/major factories.He developed major accident hazards control system for Delhi Government for major hazards units besides conducting training programmes for managements of major hazards installations. He worked for adoption of CIMAH Rules for update of factories rules. He is also visiting faculty for Centre for Occupational Health, Environmental Health and Gandhi Labour Foundation Puri Odisha, Employer Organizations, and Regional Labour Institutes Ministry of Labour Government of India.
Mr. Manoj Srivastava has in -depth knowledge in Personnel Management & Industrial Relations. He has over 25 years of experience in the corporate world including Adity Birla Group. He has conducted several programs / Seminars on EPF, ESI , Labour Laws, Industrial Relations, Disciplinary Action, latest Court judgments on Labour Laws etc
Participation fee: (Inclusive of Service Tax)
- Rs.5000/- per delegate
- Rs.4500/- for Members /Female Delegates
- Early bird Rs.500/- per delegate if received along with payment by Saturday 14th April 2018
- (Additional 10% rebate for Nominations of 3 & above from the same Organization)
- Cheque to be made in favour of “Capital Training”
Certificates can be provided to participants as per the request after the workshop
The Participation fee includes study material, refreshment, lunch and other organizational expenses. Those interested to join the membership of the Group & looking for in-house training may kindly contact us. http://capitaltrainings.org