Most organizations find great value in employing contract workers to limit their head count and reduce employee cost ; to focus on their business needs often outsource housekeeping staff, security guards, cafeteria personnel and others
The law dealing with Contract labour in India is The Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act 1970 – the Act was enacted to regulate the practice of contract labour to avoid exploitation of Contract workers
Is your organisation Compliant with the law ; failure to comply could result in serious and costly repercussions that could threaten the reputation of the company
The one day workshop on Contract Labour Act will teach the delegates fundamental understanding of compliance issues and how they can stay within the realms of the law in their daily role. This training is essential for all organisations who wish to understand the importance of regulatory compliance under the Act.
Manoj Nair is a Solicitor Supreme Court England and Wales (NP), having over 20 years of experience in dealing with Corporate, Civil, Construction and Labour Laws. He has extensive knowledge and experience in all aspects of contract drafting, contract negotiations, contract/procurement management, project finance, risk management, outsourcing contracts, international commercial contracts, proposal writing, statement of work (SOW) and vendor management.
He has till date conducted more than 100 Corporate Trainings, having training Directors/Managers/Sr.Managers in India and abroad.
He has authored a book “Ten Rules to Succeed in Interviews”
He was admitted to the roll of advocates in December 1996 – from 1996 to 2000 he was working with one of the leading law firms in India Mulla & Mulla Craigie Blunt and Caroe where he was exposed to contract, banking, civil, corporate and commercial laws.
He has worked with some big names in the corporate sector as advisor and consultant, during the year 2000 to 2003 like Central Bank of India, HSBC Bank, SCHIL Capital India Ltd (subsidiary of Sumitomo Mitsui Bank), MAFCO, Mantri Group, Ceat Ltd, India Gillatine Ltd and many other companies.
He was working for MB holding LLC, Muscat Oman from 2003 to 2006 an Omani multinational company and was in involved in Advising and vetting transaction documents of value US$ 40 million with International Finance Corporation (IFC)). He gained international experience while working with MB and has travelled widely to countries like Malaysia, Norway, U.K, U.A.E, Qatar, Kuwait Yemen, Bahrain, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.
He was Legal Counsel for Schlumberger in 2006-2008, which is the no.1 global engineering service company and has extensive experience dealing with tender, bids, proposals, RFP, RFQ, ITB and other contract documents- in course of his employment with Schlumberger he was involved in some high ticket contracts to the value of one billion US$ .
He has immense exposure on topics like, Labour Laws, Sexual Harassment at Work Place, construction and EPC contracts, and FIDIC contracts. His last assignment was with Damac Holding LLC (Dubai) and Petrofac International (Sharjah) as Legal Manager and Advisor.
Management Coach having advised clients and conducted workshops for conglomerate companies like;-
Alstom India Ltd
ETA ASCON (Dubai)
Unistar Contracting Company (KSA)
Middle East Battery Company (MEBCO) in Dammam
UrbaCon General Contracting (UCC) (Doha)
GIFT (Ghandinagar, Gujarat)
Al Shirawi Contracting Company, Dubai
Cement Industries of Malaysia Berhad (CIMA)
UEM Group Berhad
Sulzer India Ltd
He was involved in finalising and drafting content on Negotiations and Measuring Supplier Performance (e- training module) through NIIT for Reliance Industries.
He was involved in drafting and vetting Sexual Harassment Policy For Ceat Limited and NSDL.
He has a degree in commerce and law from Mumbai University.
He has professional certification from ESI and The George Washington University School of Business in Project Leadership, Management, & Communication, Contract Management Principles and Practice and Managing Outsourcing Contracts.
He is empanelled as freelance instructor with ESI International, Marcus Evans, KPMG Education Unit (Germany), Green International, Lee Hecht Harrison (Adecco Group), Indian Academy of Management (IAM), Marcus Evans and with NIIT as subject matter expert
He is also an adjunct faculty teaching business, employment laws, international business and business ethics in leading B schools in Mumbai few of them are -The Institute of Technology and Management, Institute of Business Studies and Research, Mumbai School of Business, Times Business School, Ghelot’s Institute of Management and Guru Nanak Institute of Management and Studies.
• Essential ingredients of Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition) Act, 1970.
• Determination of ”Appropriate Govt.” under the Act
• Registration of Establishment and who is/ would be a Principal Employer.
• License by Contractor
• Granting certificate of registration
• Circumstances in which application for registration may be rejected.
• Amendment to certificate of registration.
• Responsibility & Liability of Principal Employer in respect to wages, PF, ESI, welfare, etc to Contract Labour.
• Inspecting staff.
• Prohibition of Contract Labour
• Procedure for prohibition / abolition of Contract Labour system.
• Forms and terms and conditions of license
• Amendment of License
• Important case laws on Contract Labour Act
H.R Directors, Heads, Managers/Project Managers/Executives/Project Accountants –dealing with the Contractors and Contract labourers of the company
|Non Residential Workshop, Hard copy & Soft Copy of Materials, Certificate of merit attendance, Break Fast, Lunch, evening Tea Coffee.||India||15000|
*Additional GST of 18% is applicable.