Seminar on “The Engagement of Contract Labour –
Is it a Legal or an HR Issue? – Lessons Learnt”
5 April 2013, Chandigarh
In order to analyze the implications of the present provisions of law and the obligations of Principal Employer under the Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition) Act and various other laws while engaging contract labour, PHD Chamber is organizing a one-day Seminar on “The Engagement of Contract Labour – Is it a Legal or an HR Issue? – Lessons Learnt” as per following schedule:
Day & Date : Friday, 5 April 2013
Time : 9.30 am to 5:00 pm
Fees : Rs. 1500/- (incl. of service tax 12.36%)
Group discount-20% for 3 and above
Lunch : 1:30 pm
Venue : PHD House, Sector 31 A, Dakshin Marg, Chandigarh.
The subject will be discussed under the following heads:
– Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition) Act, 1970 and the Rules, made there under;
– Applicability of other Labour Laws on contract Labour;
– Management of Contract Labour vis-à-vis Laws
Members are no doubt aware that the employment of Contract Labour has become an integral part of industry particularly in the present mega competition in internal and international market and also the desire of Government to boost export. The requirement of Labour is always uncertain in view of the fluctuation in the market conditions. This need is always met through Contract Labour.
Realizing the need of employment of Contract Labour in industry and for regulation of their conditions of service, the Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition) Act, 1970 was enacted. The Act provides provisions of regulation of Contract Labour and also empowers the appropriate Government to abolish the system of contract Labour in any particular process(es) in any industry. The law on Contract Labour has been influenced by various judgments of High Courts and the Supreme Court.
The seminar is primarily designed for the senior and middle level executives, supervisors who are dealing with industrial relations and compliance of Labour Laws in their organizations.