Event Date: 14 Nov 2017
Event Time: 9am – 5pm
Location: 2 Bukit Merah Central
By Mary Philip, Associate Trainer
Fees: S$580.00 (GST will not be applicable)
The Indian Labour Law framework regulates subjects like conditions of employment , working hours provisions, sexual harassment, social security , disciplinary procedures etc.
Over the decades , India has moved from a solely agricultural economy to an economy supported strongly by the manufacturing & services sector.
The workshopâ€™s objective is to help HR Professionals & Business Managers understand , implement & manage the regulatory framework for Indian labour laws for the manufacturing & services sectors in India .
- Employment Letter – Conditions
- Contract Labour
- Maternity Benefit Act
- Sexual Harrasment at the Workplace Act
- Employee Provident Fund Act & Pension Scheme
- Employee State Insurance Scheme (ESIC)
- Employment Exchanges Act
- Payment of Bonus Act
- Payment of Gratuity Act
- Employee Compensation Act
- Minimum Wages Act
- Payment of Wages Act
- Maternity Benefits Act
- Shops & Establishments Act
- Factories Act
- Industrial Disputes Act
- Holidays in India & General Leave policies
The training will also cover various HR Operational aspects as mentioned below with practical examples
- Managing terminations & DisciplinaryProcedures
- Compensation structures â€“ Technicians to Managers
- ForeignEmployees (Expats working in India) Salaries & Taxation, Employment Visa Requirements
- Design of HR Policy Manual Contents
Mary Philip is a HR professional with over 10 yrs of experience. In India, she has gained considerable experience in managing HR processes & systems in her role as a HR Business Partner at both Abbott & PwC. As a Consultant she has managed several Talent Management assignments(Leadership Development/Assessment centres) for MNCs in the Services, Pharma & Food Retail industry. Mary was heading the HR function for a growth phase pharma R&D and Manufacturing (USFDA approved) organization where she was given the mandate to build the HR function during a business turnaround phase. Her deliverables included policy formulation, designing competitive compensation policies, managing labour compliances & audits, building efficient human capital systems across 2 sites and managing high potential talent through various HR interventions. She has also worked on training programmes on topics as varied as Emotions@Work, Team Building , Management Essentials, Time Management , Campus to Corporate etc.
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