Certificate Course on Labour Law and Industrial Regulations by NLSIU Bangalore & BCP Associates [Feb 2-3]: Cancelled

UPDATE: This Course has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances. 


National Law School of India University, Bengaluru and BCP Associates,  Bengaluru will be organizing a Two Day Certificate Course on Labour Law and Industrial Regulations.

About the Course 

Labour Laws form a critical part of running a successful business today. The pressure on the HR and IR department of companies is immense and knowledge of the law becomes the key.

The Program is designed for Legal, HR, IR and Compliance professionals who seek to improve their knowledge of the law and understand how practical challenges can be overcome. The sessions are designed to be interactive and practical to ensure that equal impetus is put upon theory and the law in practice.

The two-day certificate course is designed to enhance the skills of attendees who are in the profession and provide clear insights into the judicial interpretation of law, the practical and industry practices in relation to Labour Law compliance and provide an opportunity to interact with stalwarts in the industry on an open Q&A forum.

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Key Areas that would be covered in the Course
  1.  Labour laws and HR and IR Issues
  2. Employment Contracts
  3. Termination, Retrenchment, F&F
  4. Compliance Under Various Labour Laws
  5. Domestic Enquiry
  6. Trade Unions and Negotiations
  7. Occupier and Factory Manager- Liability
  8. CLRA and Compliance
  9. POSH and Recent Issues
Who Should Attend
  • HR Professionals
  • IR Professionals
  • Compliance officers
  • Legal Professionals
  • Factory Manager
  • CXO’s

Participation: Limited Seats

Last date for registration: 12th January 2019

Course dates: 2-3 February, 2019

Course Fee

₹ 20,000/- (non-residential)
(Breakfast and lunch included)

Contact

Ms Susheela,  Susheela@nls.ac.in, 9448690903

For more information and registration details please refer to the brochure given here.

 

This post was first published on: 2 Dec 2018

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