Webinar on

Paradigm Shift in

New Labour Laws Codes 2020 in India

wrt to new bill passed by Lok Sabha 23.09.2020

10th November 2020

(11:00am to 4.00pm)

By

Mr. V K Sharma

Corporate Trainer & Consultant HR

Introduction -

It was in 2002 that the Second National Commission on Labour had recommended consolidating the over 100 state and 40 central laws into four-five codes to bring in uniformity. The commission it its report had categorically stated that it found the existing legislations to be “complex, with archaic provisions and inconsistent definitions”.

Industry and businesses have been crying hoarse for years to streamline the complex web of labour laws to help them leverage the full potential of the market. Labour sector experts, meanwhile, had been batting for a better social security framework for workers.

It was since 2014 that the Modi government gave a fresh push to convert the existing 44 central labour laws into four codes. The process came for clearance before houses of parliament in 2019 and was finally cleared in last session of parliament.

With this, the process of codification of labour laws, has been cleared by Parliament and requires President’s assent and notification..

Objective:-

·      Understanding the recently passed Codes on OSH, IR and Social Security. 

·      Code on Occupational Health & Safety & Working Conditions and key provisions of the Code

·      Overview of Code on Industrial Relation and proposed changes therein

·      Glimpse of Proposed Central Code on Social Security

·      Revised Government Machinery constituted under the Codes

·      Proposed Penal provisions under the new/ proposed Codes.

Who Should Attend:-

·      Corporate HR Heads ( from Manufacturing and Service Industries)

·      HR Operations Heads/ Manager HR/ Personnel & Admin Managers

·      Compensation & Benefits Heads and Executives

·      Accounts and Finance personnel

·      Corporate Compliance Personnel

·      Business Heads of Small & medium Enterprises

·      Labour Law Practioners and  Compliance Personnel.

Agenda

ü Code on Occupational Safety, Health and Working Conditions, 2020 :

In a move to consolidate the law relating to occupational safety and health, welfare facilities and working conditions in relation to employees and workers, The OSH Code seeks to replace 13 statutes, which include  The Factories Act ; Contract Labour (R&A) Act, Inter-State Migrant Workmen (RoE & CoS) Act, Building and Other Construction Workers (RoE & CoS) Act, Mines Act, Dock Workers (Safety, Health and Welfare) Act, Plantations Labour Act, Working Journalists and Other Newspaper Employees (CoS) Act, Working Journalists (Fixation of Rates of Wages) Act, Motor Transport Workers Act, Sales Promotion Employees (CoS) Act, Beedi and Cigar Workers (CoS) Act, Cine Workers and Cinema Theatre Workers Act.

ü The Industrial Relations Code, 2020

seeks to replace three labour laws: (i) the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947, (ii) the Trade Unions Act, 1926, and (iii) the Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946..

ü Code on Social Security, 2020 :

The Code proposes to consolidate the following statutes: Employee's Compensation Act, Employees' State Insurance Act, Employees' Provident Funds and Miscellaneous Provisions Act,; Employment Exchanges (CNV) Act); Maternity Benefit Act ; Payment of Gratuity Act, Cine-Workers Welfare Fund Act, Building and Other Construction Workers' Welfare Cess Act, and Unorganised Workers Social Security Act.

Key Notes –

·      Key provisions of Codes on OSH, IR and Social Security.

·      Highlights of Code on Occupational Health, Safety & Working Conditions 2019

·      Key provisions of Code on Industrial Relations 2019 and proposed Laws

·      Changes in IR Code for change of service conditions and Retrenchment

·      Proposed Code on Social Security – 2019 and key provision under code

·      Concept of Social Security for Gig-workers

·     Comparative study of changes proposed in Codes and its implications

Profile of Faculty

Mr. V K Sharma - Corporate Trainer & Consultant HR

Mr. V K Sharma, a LLB;  MBA – HR, PGD- PM&IR, PG Dip Labour Laws & Labour Welfare and Having  25 years of professional experience in industrial area of establishing and developing HR policies and systems and Compliance Management, Industrial and Labour Relations, Administration, Learning & Development functions in industry.

Mr. Sharma undertook various assignments in the field of HR, IR and Compliance Management with industries of repute, which included Lakshmi Precision Screws Ltd, Talbros Automotive Components, Vikas Group- Faridabad,  JBM Group,  Havells India Ltd., and  Aisin Automotive Haryana Pvt Ltd.,.

He has been a regular Trainer on various programs including Labour & Industrial Laws, Contract Labour Management, Factories Act, Gender Sensitivity (POSH), Environmental Laws, 5S, KAIZEN and Interviewing Skills and Personality Development etc.

Besides being a regular trainer, he has been visiting faculty at Jamia Milaia Islamia University and GLA University, Mathura.

Course’s time structure:

Session – (11:00am to 4.00pm) 45mins Break Included

Pre-requisites

You should have good internet connection and good quality headphone/speaker set with Laptop / Desktop. You should have notepad/pen to note down important points.

How to Register:

Fees: per person

Rs. 4,500 /- 

USD $ 75

18 % GST is applicable

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