Seminar provides updates, remedies on 2016 labor law
(The Philippine Star) - December 26, 2015 - 9:00am

MANILA, Philippines – For your company’s compliance and advantage, learn the updates and remedies covering all 2015 labor-related regulations including SC rulings, DOLE issuances, SSS, Philhealth, Pag-IBIG and more at the Center for Global Best Practices’ yearly pioneering seminar for business owners, decision-makers and HR practitioners titled “Labor Law 2016 Updates & Remedies” scheduled on Jan. 15, 2016 at EDSA Shangri-La Hotel, Mandaluyong City.

For details and a complete list of, log on to www.cgbp.org or call (02) 842-7148/ 59 and 556-8968/ 69; Cebu lines (032) 512-3106 or 07; Baguio line (074) 423-5148; and Legazpi line (052) 736-0148.

The valuable information you will gain from this lecture will greatly help you and your management toward better people administration and employee relations. The lecture will cover essential 2014 and all 2015 decisions of the Supreme Court on illegal dismissal, clearance requirements, release, waiver and quitclaim, provisional bond, religious vs. secular morality, policies against pregnancy out of wedlock, separation pay, project employment, fixed-term employment, four types of employees, seasonal employees, employee theft cases, prescription of illegal dismissal case, resolving doubts in labor cases, employer-employee relationship and many more.

Learn how the labor authorities think and align their practices to avoid expensive mistakes. Knowledge of updated rules and decisions will help companies improve their employee policies and practices to get ahead in terms of labor compliance and minimize as well as take winning positions in labor disputes.

CEBU GLOBAL BEST PRACTICES JAN LABOR LABOR LAW LEGAZPI MANDALUYONG CITY PAG PHILHEALTH SHANGRI-LA HOTEL SUPREME COURT
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