Category : Certificate Course
No. of Modules : 15
Introduction to the Course
Indian being a welfare state is committed to take protective measures towards the fulfillment of rights of every citizen. The Constitution of India similarly casts an obligation on the part of the state to take all such steps which ensure every kind of justice—be it social or economic justice. Labour Laws being the very part of such chain of legislations specifically provide for the rights of labourers.
The relations between employer and employee and other incidental factors governing their relations and other benefits which are the part of labour laws are the highlight of the course. This course is therefore developed to ease such concepts for all those interested in labour laws so that they have a clear understanding of what all goes in the network of such employability.
About the course
The Certificate Course in Labour Law is a four months short program designed by the Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala (RGNUL) and My Legal Studio.
This Course explains all important Labour Laws and how a employment agreement needs to be drafted. This Course is designed for young law students, lawyers, management consultants, entrepreneurs, etc.
This Course Is Designed And Created By The In House Faculty Team Of My Legal Studio In Consultation With Industry Experts, Including Experienced Litigators And Corporate Lawyers, And Accomplished Legal Academicians.
The Certificate Course in Labour Law is an advanced level course and provides practical knowledge with the help of different modules.
Learn the rights of employers and employees out of the labour laws
Detailed analysis of various legislations pertaining to Labour Rights
Understand the practical perspective of labour laws and also get to know the agreement.
Who should enroll
Human Resource Professionals
Investor Relations Professionals
Industrial and Factory Manager
Labour Law Professionals
Students pursuing Law, Commerce & Business
People working in Public and Private Enterprises
Labour Law Consultants
Labour Law Experts
2.Industrial Dispute Act, 1947
3.Maternity Benefit Act, 1961
4.Employees Provident Fund Act, 1952
5.Employees State Insurance Act, 1948
6.Contract Labour Regulation Act, 1970
7.Payment Of Bonus Act, 1965
8.Payment Of Gratuity Act, 1972
9.Prevention Of Sexual Harassment Of Women Act, 2013
10.State-specific Shops And Establishments\ Acts
11.Labour Law Compliances
12.Employee Sharing/ Deputation
13.How Is An Employment Policy Framed
14.Practical Perspectives On Labour Law