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SUB: IEEMA Workshop on Contract Labour Law (Implications, Solutions and Compliances) – 24 May 2013; IEEMA Conference Hall, Mumbai
This interactive programme will also be of great help for seeking clarifications and solutions to its implications.
An Engaging contract labour safely, legally and for so long only as actually required.
Case Law : Emerging trends
Avoiding the perils of a "Sham" contract.
How to make "outsourcing" safe ?
Tackling industrial disputes raised by Contract Labour
How do the Supreme Court judgments in the case of Steel Authority of India and other recent cases alter the application and understanding of the Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition) Act, 1970 ?
Has the conventional wisdom on the subject received a knockout blow ?
What are the new safeguards, and options available to
The new rights and obligations of the Employer and Labour.
Essentials of a safe agreement with Contractors.
What are the implications in the context of the Laws on Wages,
the ESI Act, the PF Act and other Labour Laws?
Issues concerning "Statutory Canteen" and "Appropriate" government.
Statutory Forms , Registers to maintained by the Contractor.
Statutory Forms ,Registers and Returns to be maintained by the Principal Employer.
Orderly compliance of the regulatory provisions.
The programme will provide information on other relevant legislations, compliance of which is also essential, viz., Employees State Insurance Act, 1948, Employees Provident Fund & Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952, Payment of Bonus Act, 1965, Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972, Minimum Wages Act, 1948, Payment of Wages Act, 1936, Employees Compensation Act, 1923, Building & Other Construction Workers (Regulation of Employment & Conditions of Service) Act, 1996, Building & Other Construction Workers’ Welfare Cess Act, 1996, Welfare Fund etc.
The programme is as below:
Day & date : Friday, 24 May 2013
Time : 0930 hrs. – 1000 hrs. - Registration
1000 hrs. – 1700 hrs. - Workshop
Venue : IEEMA Conference Hall
501, Kakad Chambers, 132, Dr. A.B.Road
Mr. S. Ramesh. President & COO. Alumni of Symbiosis Institute of business Management (SIBM) Pune.
He is a management consultant, corporate advisor & university teacher who has over eighteen year of professional experience in the area of HR, Training & Development worked with ELPRO GE Medical Systems, AMP India, Tata Auto Comp, Hero Motors Delhi, Thapar Group Pune, Birla Group.
He is also a Visiting Professor at the SIBM, IIMM, University of Pune & a member of the HRD Network Pune Chapter.
For IEEMA Members - INR 3500 per participant (inclusive of service tax @12.36%)
For Non-IEEMA Members - INR 4500 per participant (inclusive of service tax @ 12.36%)
The fee includes tea, lunch & course material. Cheque / DD made should be made in favour “IEEMA”, payable at “Mumbaii”.
Seats are limited, please confirm your nominations at the earliest to Ms. Rachel Dennis: IEEMA, 501, Kakad Chambers, 132, Dr. A.B.Road, Worli, Mumbai Ph: 022-24930532/24936528 Email:
17th May 2013 From India, Delhi
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Industrial Relations Institute of India
104, Prospect Chambers, 1st. Flr. Dr. D. N. Road, Fort, Mumbai 400001.
Tel. Office: 22044084, Telefax: 22839801; Mo. 9820303236
03 May 2013
One- Day Workshop on “ABC-XYZ of Contract Labour” on Friday, June 21, 2013.
Between 9.30 am and 5.00 pm at Hotel West End, 45, New Marine Lines, Churchgate, Mumbai 20.
The Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act, 1970 is an archaic piece of legislation. However the law and more importantly case-law on Contract Labour has become enormous with many decisions of the High Courts and of the Supreme Courts, some of them conflicting. In the present environment, where outsourcing has become an endemic activity and the engagement of contract labour has soared, it becomes all the more imperative that HR professionals in companies understand the obligations, risks and liabilities that they are likely to encounter in the engagement of contract Labour.
Many HR professionals do not have a good understanding of labour laws and industrial relations practice. The Industrial Relations Institute of India, a non-government, non- political professional body is organising this Workshop for not only the HR professionals who are not conversant with labour laws in general but also for the purists and specialists who need to know the latest case laws and appreciate the changing judicial pronouncements subsequent to the SAIL judgment, extremely relevant for all Personnel Professionals. This workshop will not only provide a general understanding but take the participants through the finer nuances of case laws that highlight what is a sham contract, risks of the principal employer, answer questions of whether job contracts risk free compared to labour contracts, does engagement of contract labour for more than 240 days pose risk for the companies, does rotating employees between different employers help, etc.
Dr. R. Krishna Murthy, Director, IRII an expert in the field of Industrial Relations who has undertaken research into this subject and Dr. Rajen Mehrotra, President of the IRII, who was the Employer’s Specialist advisor to the ILO give a national and international perspective to practices in the engagement of contract labour. Mr. Manohar B Gajare, Retd. Jt. Commissioner Of Labour, Govt. of Maharashtra and Mr. Bharat Goyal, Advocate also bring to the Workshop the Government and Legal Perspective. The Workshop also provides some case study based learning to the participants, a very unique way of discovering whether the understandings and learning’s of the Workshop have been internalised by the participants.
The brochure gives you further information of the Workshop and novices as well as experts in law will find enormously enriching and we look forward to your organisational participation in this important Workshop.
Dr. R. Krishna Murthy
Industrial Relations Institute of India.
22nd May 2013 From India, New Delhi
22nd May 2013 From India, Lucknow
#AnonymousI think this presentation about contract labour management will help.
27th May 2014 From India