INDUSTRIAL COURT MASTERY: EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW TO HANDLE CASES LIKE A PRO

Section 27(1)(b) of the Industrial Relations Act 1967 (IRA) allows an employer to appear himself or be represented by his duly authorized employee in any proceedings before the Industrial Court. (Section 27(1)(c) of the IRA allows a workman to represent himself in any proceedings before the Industrial Court).
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Participants will develop a strong understanding of the entire dispute resolution process, enabling them to proficiently prepare and submit all requisite documentation to the Industrial Court prior to hearings. Participants will also acquire practical skills and insights necessary for presenting compelling and robust cases before the court.
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However, companies typically engage legal representation for comprehensive case management. Companies opting for this will have their human resources and industrial relations professionals expected to collaborate with legal counsel at every stage of the proceedings. This course offers HR/IR practitioners an in-depth understanding of the procedural intricacies involved in Industrial Court cases, from initiation to final adjudication via Court Awards.
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Accordingly, the comprehensive and practical insights from this course will guide participants through each stage of dispute resolution, commencing with conciliation at the Industrial Relations Department and culminating in the issuance of a Court Award by the Industrial Court.

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W.P (KL) – IDEAS Hotel  @ 23 to 25 July 2024, 0900 to 1700 daily (21 hours)

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