Key Labour Laws In India: Structure and Working

Key Labour Laws In India: Structure and Working

SHRM 2011 Annual Conference
This session will share how to promote peaceful employee relations by compliance of the labor law and avoid a situation like the Bhopal Gas tragedy.
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Track: International HR

India has some 60 pieces of federal labor legislation, which sometimes discourages MNCs to invest in India. This presentation deals with the structure and working of some of the key Indian labor laws including Contract Labor Act; Industrial Disputes Act; Trade Unions Act; Factories Act; and Employee Compensation Act. This session will also focus on how to overcome the difficult aspects of the law.

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Monday, June 27, 2011 - 4:00pm to 5:15pm

Debi S. Saini, GPHR

Debi S.
Saini, GPHR
Debi S. Saini, Ph.D., GPHR, is a Professor & Chairperson of HRM area at Management Development Institute (MDI), Gurgaon, India. He is also a Visiting Professor at Aarhus School of Business, Denmark; IAE Aix Graduate School of Management, Marseille, France; and SPJ Centre of Management, Dubai (UAE). His interest areas include: Strategic HRM; New Industrial Relations; Global HRM, and Employment Law. He has authored or edited seven books; and has published 77 research papers/book chapters/management cases in these areas. Two of his management cases are being sold by Harvard Business School online and European Case Clearing. He is editor of Vision—The Journal of Business Perspective. He has done consulting assignments for the ILO; GTZ (Germany); and SHRM. He has been an invited plenary speaker at several international forums, including in USA, UK, Mexico, Germany, Canada, Italy, Nepal and Taiwan. Dr. Saini received “The Best Researcher of MDI Award for 2005” from MDI; and “Best HR Faculty in India Award” from Amity University, NOIDA, India in 2007.
LVCC N202-204
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