Employment relations in Kenya are regulated by a number of sources: Constitutional Rights, Statutory Rights, as set out in statutes and regulations; rights set by Collective Agreements and extension orders of Collective Agreements; and Individual Labour Contracts.
In 2007 Parliament enacted five new Labour Laws which were assented and published in early 2008. These five Labour Laws include the Employment Act, Labour Institutions Act, Work Injury Benefits Act, Labour Relations Act, and Occupational Safety and Health Act.
These Acts of Law are intended to inform, guide and provide an objective way of handling issues between the employer and employee. It is expected that compliance with the Acts, many routine decisions and transactions will proceed with minimal encumbrance leading to higher productivity.
This Seminar seeks to equip personnel with the knowledge of these current Labour Laws, thus enhancing Efficiency, Industrial Morale, Teamwork and Productivity.
Date: 20th & 21th February, 2014(9.a.m-4.30p.m on both days)
Venue: Hilton Hotel, Nairobi
Course Fee: Kshs 32,500/= Plus VAT per Participant
Target Groups: HR Managers, Administrators, Departmental Heads, Branch Managers and other Executives dealing with staff issues.
1.Course fee covers all training requirements, i.e. training materials/ reference manuals, lunches, snacks, tea, refreshments and certification.
2.Participants will be issued with a certificate of participation at the end of training.
3.Organizations sponsoring more than 3 staff will have the 4th nominee attending for free.
The course will cover the following areas;-
Kenyan Labour Laws and Compliance
-Development within the Kenyan Labour Laws;
(ii)Labour Institutions Act
(iii)Work Injury Benefits Act
(iv)Labour Relations Act
(v)Occupational Safety and Health Act
-How Kenyan companies/individuals OUGHT to comply with the Labour Laws
-How the Kenyan Labour laws differ from the international Labour Laws and Human Rights
Introduction to HR Management and Labour Standards in a corporate social responsibility (CSR) Perspective
– Placing HR Management and Labour Standards within CSR and sustainable development
– How can HR Management and Labour Standards benefit your business performance
– How to work strategically with HR Management and Labour standards.
Different Approaches to Labour Standards and HR Management
– The Business Case for Labour Standards and HR Management compliance with Labour Laws
-Workforce staying with the company for a long time
-Employee Relations Improvement
-Reliability and Productivity Improvement
-Relating HR activities to improving business results
-Consequences of non-compliance to Labour Laws or poor HR Management Standards.
HR Management Tools
– Performance Management and Evaluation
– Team Management
– HR Policy/Manual
– Personality Analysis, Coaching and Employee Retention
HR challenges in Kenya
– Unhealthy and unsafe work conditions and housing
– Long working hours and no overtime payment
– No benefits (casuals)
– No employment contracts
– Illegal remuneration
– No collective bargaining
– Child Labour
– Corruption (Labour Officers)
For enquiries and booking of this course please contact;
Mercy Chebet- email@example.com
Book your seat today!