MCCIA Industrial Relations Conclave 2020: The New Normal of Employee Relations

Change is the law of nature and any organisation or a company needs to stay updated to stay in tune with the latest trends. The concept of conclaves and workshop emerged to impart the technical know-how and bridge the gap in the repository of knowledge that keeps on emerging as the times change. In light of the same, a conclave is being organised by Maharatta Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture in Pune on 31st January 2020 from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

The latest chain of events has various legislative, administrative and e-governance initiatives taken by the Central Government and State Governments to generate employment and to facilitate ease of doing business. In view of this, Industrial Relations scenario is experiencing paradigm shift in all aspects. The days are gone when employee relationship used to be controlled by Union and Management. However, in this changed environment new stakeholders have emerged and industries thereby are facing newer challenges for management of industrial relations.

 The objective of this Industrial Relations Conclave is to focus on the latest reforms related and initiatives driven by the Government. This conclave will also bring forth an opportunity to deliberate on challenges and the way forward for corporate considering the VUCA World of today. The key tracks for the event are Labour reforms and perspectives guiding them, evolving IR scenario and Industrial Relations Culture, global Employee Relations Scenario, future of Employee Relations 2025 and beyond and the Changing Lens – Cross generational view to Employee Relations.

Additionally, Dilip Walse Patil, Minister for Labour and Excise, Government of Maharashtra will deliver the Valedictory Address. This conclave will also have a book launch of ‘Employee Relations- Differential yet Practical Practices. All the participants of the event also get an opportunity to receive ‘A glimpse of the Labour Codes’: A booklet which will give a glimpse into the salient features of the four labour codes which are on the anvil of becoming enactments in 2020.

All the stakeholders involved in HR practices including CEOs, CHROs, HR and IR Consultants, Learning and Development professionals, Employee Engagement Professionals, HaR IR Subject Matter Experts and Advisors and students are invited to be a part of the conclave. The HR practice or any practice is slated to become redundant if not kept abreast with the current happenings in the world. In the spirit of this, we look forward to maximum participation from the alumni, faculty members and the students associated with SCMHRD!

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