Programme on Legal Aspects of Outsourcing of Human Resources Vamnicom Pune
Dedicated and motivated human resource is an asset of every organisation, and management of the human resource leads to success.
Pune, Maharashtra, June 26, 2015 (Newswire.com) - Overview of the Programme:
Success of every organisation, whether in service sector or manufacturing sector, whether cooperative or private, depends upon the effective and efficient utilization of human resources of the organisation. Dedicated and motivated human resource is an asset of every organisation, and management of the human resource leads to success. These days, more importance is given to increased productivity, improved quality and lower cost in order to survive and sustain in the business and achieve the organisational goals.
Management of Human Resources of the organisation is becoming more and more complicated due to various factors. Due to rapid technological advancement and innovations, requirement of specialised skills at short notice and comparatively for shorter period is increasing. Engagement of employees on regular basis for a longer period, sometimes, becomes not feasible. In order to control costs, increase productivity and meet the human resource requirements in many support service areas, job is carried out by out sourcing of human resources. However, legal compliance is very much essential in case of outsourcing of human resources to minimize the liabilities of the Organisation and ensure better industrial relations.
The broad objectives of the Programme are
(a) Identifying key areas of out sourcing
(b) Contract of employment –Legal compliances
(c) Features of the Contract Labour (R&A) Act 1970 & Rules
(d) Understand the obligation of Principal Employer in relation to Contract Labour under PF Act 1952, ESI Act 1948, Employees Compen
sation Act 1923, and Minimum Wages Act 1948.
(i) Trends in outsourcing and Contract employment
(ii) Out sourcing – Issues and Approach
(iii) Legal aspects in Contract employment
(iv) Engaging contract employees for the required time
(v) Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition) Act 1970 & Rules
(vi) Relevant provisions of Industrial Disputes Act, Factories Act, Shop and Establishment Act, Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act – Disciplinary proceedings
(a) Chief Executives/HR Managers/Executives of large sized Processing Cooperatives such as Dairy, Sugar, Spinning Mills
(b) HR Managers / Executives of District Cooperative Banks/ SCARD Banks
(c) HR Managers / Executives of Cooperative Dairy Feder ations, Marketing Federations, Consumer Federations
(d) Officers in the Establishment /personnel Section of any Cooperative society
Duration and Dates: 3 days -27-29 JULY 2015
VAMNICOM, Pune. Stay and Boarding arrangements made for the participants in the campus of the Institute.
Rs. 4500/- (Rupees four thousand five hundred only) per participant, which covers stay and boarding, training material kit. The fees may be sent, on confirmation of the nomination, by Demand Draft drawn in favour of the Director, VAMNICOM and payable at Pune or by hand through the participant or may be paid by NEFT to V.M. National Institute of Cooperative Management A/C No: 110 200 100 001 763, IFSC - SRCB0000110 - SARASWAT COOPERATIVE BANK - VAMNICOM BRANCH. The sponsoring Institution may bear the to and fro travel cost of the participant
For More Information: http://www.vamnicom.gov.in/en/content/programme-legal-aspects-outsourcing-human-resource-27-29-july-2015