Jul 14, 2014

Collective Bargaining

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Collective Bargaining
11 - 12 August 2014 at MEF Petaling Jaya

Objectives

This programme is designed to provide participants with in-depth knowledge on the preparations involved before the commencement of a collective bargaining so as to ensure proper handling of collective bargaining, its implications and means to avoid pitfalls will be stressed.

Topics Covered

• Preparation for collective bargaining

   - Relevant statutory provisions
   - Preparation of company’s proposals

• Industrial Court guidelines

   - Principal articles in a collective agreement that have previously been disputed
   - The criteria to follow in deciding the effective date
   - How the legislation clause should be worded

• Wages

   - Wage fixation policy
   - Consumer price index
   - Calculation of CPI for preparation of adjustment
   - Annual increment
   - Wage adjustment
   - Minimum and maximum wages
   - Salary scales

• Current practices

• Developing Performance Linked Wage System (PLWS)

   - case study on PLWS

Who Should Attend

All those involved in handling personnel and industrial relations functions.

Trainer

M. Vivekanandan is a Special Function Adviser with Malaysian Employers Federation. He has extensive experience representing employers in Industrial and Labour Court for the past 15 years. Prior to his attachment to the Malaysian Employers Federation, he had served the Department of Labour the Department of Industrial Relations (H.Q) holding various positions. He was involved in the administration and enforcement of labour laws for 25 years.

Course Fees

RM750 per participant, inclusive of seminar materials, refreshments and lunch.
Less RM150 for MEF members.

For registration form: CLICK HERE

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