This course provides an overview of the various methods and concepts, which make up and affect employee and labor relations. Through case studies labor cases simulations; the participant will gain an understanding of the employee and labor relations
process as well as its application to the workplace and factors that affect employee-employer relations, such as mediation, and conflict management.
A necessary skill set in today's world - designed for those involved in, or associated with labor relations. Covers the labor-related laws, typical contract clauses, grievance procedures, responsibilities of the supervisor and the manager, and current
activities in the labor relations field. Participants will learn to approach their responsibilities for matters covered by labor relations with more confidence and expertise.
All webinars/trainings are held via Zoom.
1. HR Practice in Employer-Employee Relationship
2. The political, economic, legal, and social framework for
employee and labor relations, including the more current mutual
Conditions of Employment
The Employee Rights to Statutory Benefits
2.2 Employee Welfare Law
3. The future trends of employee/employer interaction, including alternate dispute resolution (ADR), mediation and mutual gains bargaining.
The Employee Compensation Law
Right to Emergency Medical and Dental Treatment
Protection of Women and Minor Workers
DR. FLOR M. GLINOGA, PMP, MBB, CPHR, FPM
Internationally Recognized Management and HRD Consultant