Sunday, April 17, 2011

Labor Disputes Management and Solutions

“A Step by Step Guide on How to Deal
with Labor Disputes, Arbitration & Mediation”

If you are experiencing labor complaints and disputes... Or worse, if you are about to be sued in court, then don't think twice and register for this seminar immediately!

Learn how to deal with labor problems before it happens.Labor Disputes can happen to any company. But going to court (Compulsory Arbitration) to resolve these issues is not just costly, it is also time-consuming, lowers company morale, disrupts business flow and not to mention incredibly stressful for you and the other party.

Rather than spend on costly litigation and pay for expensive attorney’s fees, you can learn various means to resolve labor disagreements in a quicker and less expensive manner.

This course will show you several proven ways and procedures of handling and solving labor disputes through Alternative Dispute Resolutions being offered by the Department of Labor & Employment which will be discussed by seasoned labor law practitioners with step by step action plans aimed at solving your problems without needing to go to court.

What You Will Learn:

- What to do when an employee files a labor complaint against your company
- Get to know the process of Labor Arbitration & Mediation
- Get to know the different agencies and their functions under the Department of Labor & Employment
- Prepare and learn how to deal with labor issues before any actual problems arise

Course Outline

I. Introduction
a. Costs of Labor Disputes

II. Labor Dispute
a. Definition
b. Types of a labor dispute

III. Employer-Employer Relationship
a. Employer, defined
b. Employee, defined
c. Guidelines in determining
employer-employee relationship
d. Illustrative Cases

IV. Kinds of Labor Dispute
a. Labor Relations dispute
b. Labor Standards dispute

V. Tiers of Resolution of Labor Dispute
a. Alternative Dispute Resoution
b. Compulsory Arbitration
c. Strike/Lockout Intervention

VI. Jurisdiction
a. Voluntary Arbitrator
b. Conciliator- Mediator
c. National Labor Relations
d. Secretary of Department
of Labor and Employment
e. President of the Philippines

VII. Rules of Procedure
a. Voluntary Arbitration
b. Conciliation/Mediation
c. Compulsory Arbitration

VIII.Your Legal Team
a. When should you seek
legal counsel
b. What to look for in your
legal counsel
c. Services your legal counsel
can provide

Who Should Attend
HR Professionals, Business Owners and Entrepreneurs, General Managers, Top Executives and any business professional who manages people and deals with labor disputes and cases.

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