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Labor Relations for Managers (Private Sector)

Course Name Labor Relations for Managers (Private Sector)
HR Best Practices for Line Leaders Series
Schedule April 27, 2017 - April 28, 2017

Thursday - Friday 

9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Price: Php 11,800
Description

Labor Relations for Managers is designed to cover all the facets of critical labor relations (LR) functions in relation to other Human Resource (HR) activities, where legal technicalities are of required observance.  As managers, you are responsible in creating a work environment that legally complies with labor laws even without the assistance of HR managers.

The usual missing link in the HR practice, which is the technical legal side of HR, is profoundly covered and focused in the program. As non legal HR and LR practitioners, be guided on how to effectively deliver your services without the direct assistance of a lawyer.

Objectives

After the course, you will:

1. Have a clearer grasp of labor standard law as it interacts with labor relations law;

2. Appreciate a thorough understanding on the issue of employee’s rights and the limitation to the concept of management prerogative; and

 3. Determine the rudimentary procedures required by law in labor disputes. 

Who should attend

The program is designed for those involved in employee benefit administration, labor relations officers, HR supervisors, and line managers

Outline

I. Introduction to Human Resource

     A. The theory of Industrial Relations System

     B. Labor Justice

     C. Historical background of Philippine Labor Law

II. The Labor Standard Law

     A. Recruitment Related Laws 

         1. Private Recruitment and Placement Agency 

         2. Philippine Overseas and Employment Authority

         3. Migrant Workers Act

         4. Recruitment of alien workers

     B. Elements of Employer-Employee Relationship:

         The Control Test Doctrine

    C. Kind of employment as appearing in the Labor  Code

    D. The Law on Labor Only Contracting:

         DOLE Department Order No. 18-A    

    E. Management Prerogatives: Concept and Actual Exercise

    F. The Employee Rights to Statutory Benefits

         1. Minimum Wage Law: Prohibitions on wages

         2. Holiday Pay Law

         3. Night Shift Differential Pay

         4. 13th Month Pay Law

         5. Rest Day Benefits

         6. Meal Period Benefit

         7. Service Incentive / Military Service Leave

         8. Overtime Pay Benefits

         9. Right to Service Charges

        10. Paternity Pay Law

        11. Solo Parent Law

        12. Maternity Leave

        13. VAWCI Leave

        14. Special Leave for Women

        15. Separation Pay

        16. Retirement Pay Law 

     G. Non-Diminution Rule

 

III. The Labor Welfare Law

     A. The Employee Compensation Law

     B. Right to Emergency Medical and Dental Treatment

     C. Protection of Women and Minor Workers

 

IV. The Labor Relations Law

     A. The Powers of the Secretary of DOLE

     B. Petition for Union Registration

     C. Petition for Cancellation of Union registration

     D. Petition for Certification Election

     E. Rights of the Union

     F. Collective Bargaining Process

     G. Laws on Termination (The Twin Notice Rule)

     H. The National labor Relations Commission

      I.  The Regional Directors Office of DOLE

     J.  The National Conciliation and Medication Board

 

V. Prescription of Labor Cases 

Resource Speakers
Atty. Reynaldo B. Destura

has been handling criminal, civil, special proceedings, and administrative cases in regular courts, quasi-judicial, and regulatory agencies of the government. He is also well-versed in all facets of Human Resources (HR) Management obtained from his actual experience as an HR clerk, line manager, and HR executive.

 

He owns and heads the Destura and Associates Law Office, a Makati-based law firm. It handles clients,such as: Sharp Philippines Corporation, Goethe Institut, Deutsche Knowledge Service Pte. Ltd. - Manila, Hi Eisai Pharma, Juventis Pharma, Eastern Petroleum, Tiara Commercial & Industrial Corporation (the exclusive Philippine distributor of Michelin, Kumho and Continental Tires), Elite Models Manila, Antel Land Holdings Inc., La Elegancia Jewellers, Wellington Flour Mills, Hayakawa Electronics, Enkei Philippines, and Salcedo Park Residences.

 

In the field of labor relations, Atty. Destura is a consultant to labour intensive enterprises in the field ofmanufacturing, business process outsourcing/contact centers, condominium corporations and
homeowners associations, tourism, pharmaceuticals, petroleum, and automotive. He seats in
management panels during collective bargaining negotiations. Further, he has hands-on expertise on
issues involving strikes and lockouts.

 

Atty. Destura is a life member of the Integrated Bar of the Philippines, a registered Immigration Lawyer with the Bureau of Immigration. He is an active Patent Lawyer prosecuting Intellectual Property cases at the Intellectual Property Office. He is also a law professor and a Resource Consultant of People Management Association of the Philippines (PMAP).

 

He has a Bachelors degree in Political Science, postgraduate degree in Law, and Masters degree in
Industrial Relations.