The Executive Development Programme in Labour laws for Managers (EDPLLM) integrates the study of Labour Laws with related areas like employment relations, labour market and social policies. The recent time of globalization has brought forth a highly competitive market, which has made the survival of the professionals an arduous job. This programme aims to equip the professionals with the skill set required by modern professionals to effectively operate within the business world. With such skill set and precise contextual knowledge, the professionals can perform better and will be rewarded with the opportunity to distinguish themselves from others.
The programme fundamentally deals with Labour Laws and which fosters solid grasp of legal knowledge and skills, apart from creatively solving problems associated with workers' interests and rights vis-à-vis employers' duties in the area of working conditions, employment conditions, wage, social security and other related aspects of work and employment. The major purpose of the programme is not only to enhance the knowledge of the participants in Labour Laws but to cover all the areas which comes as collaterals but are highly essential for them to learn.
On that note this course includes Constitution and Contract Laws, which enable the managers to confidently operate within the vividly dynamic business world. The programme would provide an in-depth study of Apex Court Judgments relevant to the needs of professionals in the administration of various Labour Laws in their workplace. Through the sessions the participant will learn the right way to read and interpret the law, which is undoubtedly among the vital requirements in resolving industrial and business issues without falling prey to the complex structure of legal framework.
- Gain massive knowledge and expertise in labour, industrial & employment laws
- Possess a greater ability to deal with policy and legal issues arising out of labour compliance
- Hone your expertise in the critical labour and industrial laws structures
- Gain greater skill and confidence in functioning, operating and execution in industrial relations practice
- Acquire precise understanding of contemporary perspectives in the existing and upcoming laws
- Improve your skill set to interpret the Law in an appropriate way to resolve day to day issues
- For Indian Participants - Graduates (10+2+3) or Diploma Holders (only 10+2+3) from a recognized university (UGC/AICTE/DEC/AIU/State Government) in any discipline and minimum 2 years work experience.
- For International Participants - Graduation or equivalent degree from any recognized University with minimum 2 years work experience.
- Participants will be eligible to apply for the programme based on their overall profile and credentials.
The programme comprises the following modules.
- Definition of Law
- Sources of Law
- Distinctions between Ratio Decidendi and Obitar Dicta
- Difference between judicial and quasijudicial authorities
- Rights and Duties
- Law relating to contracts including employment bond
• Constitution of India vis-a-vis Labour Legislation
• Meaning of State; Fundamental rights visa-vis labour laws
• Equality before law and its application in Labour Laws
• Equal pay for equal work; and Article -16 and reservation policies
• Articles 19, 21, 23 and 24 and its implications
• Writs and its implication
• DPSP and Labour Laws
• Jurisdiction of High court and Supreme court
Present Law relating to welfare and working conditions in Factory, IT & ITES, Construction and etc shall be discussed in the light of:
• The Factories Act, 1948
• The Shops and Establishment Act
(keeping in mind the working conditions of software industry and other service sector firms)
• The Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act, 1970
• The Building and the Other Construction Workers Act, 1996 (BOCW Act)
• The Trade Unions Act, 1926 and Collective Bargaining
• The Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946
• The Industrial Disputes Act, 194 7
( downsizing, retrenchment, lay-off, bench employees and termination)
• Industrial discipline and domestic inquiry
• The Minimum Wages Act, 1948
• The Payment of Wages Act, 1936
• The Equal Remuneration Act, 1976
• The Payment of Bonus Act, 1965
• The Employees Compensation Act, 1923
• The Employees State Insurance Act, 1948
• The Employees Provident Funds and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952
• The Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972
workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013
- Code on Wages, 2019
- Industrial Relation Code 2020
- Code on Social Security 2020
- Occupational Safty, Health and Working
- Conditions Code 2020
There are periodic evaluations built in throughout the duration of the course. There will be a Campus Visit at the end of the course, subject to Govt. guidelines around the pandemic and attendance will be compulsory, if the same is arranged.
Participants who successfully complete all the assessments, attend the Campus Visit and meet the requisite attendance criteria will be awarded a certificate of completion by XLRI.
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-All fees including the application fee are non-refundable.
- GST is currently applicable at 18%. Any additional payment due to change in any of the applicable Govt taxes during the tenure of the program will have to be borne by the participa
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The pedagogy is highly interactive, comprising of case studies, interactive sessions, quiz, assessments, class participation, presentations, project work and class exercises imparted by XLRI’s faculty in order to help participants gain the knowledge, understanding, and hands-on skills to immediately apply their learning in the workplace.
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