3rd Employee and Labour Relations Symposium
Employee & Labour Relations: A Legal and Practical Perspective
Organizations are facing dramatic changes, therefore it is interesting to note that the HR function in every organization has been challenged to become a more functional strategic role. HR professionals face the question of how they can play a more strategic role whilst remaining within the guidelines of legal and regulatory requirements.
In a bid to improve organizational agility and flexibility, College of Human Resource Management –CHRM a training affiliate of IHRM will be holding the 3rd Employee and Labour Relations Symposium from the Wednesday 15th-Friday 17th May 2019 at Lake Naivasha Resort themed: A Legal and Practical Perspective. This earns the IHRM members 6 CPD points. We will engage both Labour Law and Employee Relations experts drawn from both the Private and Public Sector to facilitate, engage as well as share experiences and case studies to our Delegates.
In the past, HR roles were primarily transactional in nature but today’s world requires the HR function that is insight driven yet aligned to the organization strategy. This presents a golden opportunity to boost their excellence with well-designed and practical trainings that aim at solving challenges arising for the new strategic Functional HR leader.
The three day Symposium will handle topics such as
- Intellectual Property in the HR Space;
- E&L Relations Issues in the Public Sector & Agriculture:
- Diversity & Disability Mainstreaming;
- Emerging Issues in E & L, e.g., Economic Crimes Act, Artificial Intelligence, etc.;
- Emerging Trends from the Employment & Labour Relations Court.
On the 3rd day, a Legal Clinic moderated by a panel experts focusing on Disciplinary Capability & Grievance (DC&G) Handling | Working with Trade Unions | Redundancy & the Law and among others, will be held.
Assembled in one venue for the May 2019 Symposium we will have
- Peter Kinyanjui-Manager: Legal & Industrial Services-Agricultural Employers Association (AEA);
- Ogwang Oongo-Head of Litigation, Policy Development & Training of Wyfer Intellectual Property Consultants (EA) Ltd,
- Grace Kanyiri-Advocate of the High Court & Head of Legal Services at FKE,
- Raimond Molenje Head of Legal, HR &Industrial Relations at Kenya Bankers Association;
- Anne Babu-Advocate-Employment Laws Expert among others as the key speakers.
CHRM is both NITA & IHRM Accredited.
Downloads Available Below
1555395500_Employee and Labor Relations May Symposium Nomination Form.pdf