Labour Law of India

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)

Objectives

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 workshop’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 .

Course Outline

  1. Employment Letter – Conditions
  2. Contract Labour
  3. Maternity Benefit Act
  4. Sexual Harrasment at the Workplace Act
  5. Employee Provident Fund Act & Pension Scheme
  6. Employee State Insurance Scheme (ESIC)
  7. Employment Exchanges Act
  8. Payment of Bonus Act
  9. Payment of Gratuity Act
  10. Employee Compensation Act
  11. Minimum Wages Act
  12. Payment of Wages Act
  13. Maternity Benefits Act
  14. Shops & Establishments Act
  15. Factories Act
  16. Industrial Disputes Act
  17. 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 – Technicians to Managers
  • ForeignEmployees (Expats working in India) Salaries & Taxation, Employment Visa Requirements
  • Design of HR Policy Manual Contents

Workshop Leader

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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