Industrial Relations

Industrial Safety Management
" Day Long Course "
Registration Last Date: 13 June, 2024
Venue: House# 05 (1st Floor), Flat# A-1, Block # D, Road # 17, Banani, Dhaka -1213 (Classroom)

Overview of workshop:

Good industrial relations increase the morale of the workers and motivate the workers to work more. When both parties think of mutual interests, it gives more chances of development. Any problem is solved by mutual consent which develops many incentive schemes, such as – worker participation in management, profit sharing, suggestion schemes and soon.

These all bring job satisfaction to the workers and they all put positive effects on the production. From all this we can conclude that good industrial relation, certainly boost up the production and improves the quality and quantity both. They increase labour efficiency also. An increase in the morale of workers reduces per unit cost of production too. Thus we can say that industrial relations have a far-reaching impact on production.

Organization’s Benefits:

Industrial Peace, More Production and Socio-Economical Development.

Manager’s Benefits:

Reduce Industrial dispute, Increase Industrial Peace, More Production and Socio-Economical Development.

Employee’s Benefits:

Increase knowledge, Skill and change their Attitude from this training.

Contents of workshop:

1. Definitions of Industrial Relations

2. Scope of Industrial Relations

3. Objectives

4. Types

5. Characteristics

6. Importance

7. Conditions for Healthy Industrial Relations

8. Models

9. Aspects.

10.Participants

11.Policies

12. Labour Management Relation

13. Prerequisite for Successful Programme

14. Impact

15. Essential Conditions

16. Causes

17. Approaches

18. Role

19. Future

20. Recent Trends.

Price:

6,000.00৳ 

Course Details
Date
14th & 15th June, 2024
Time
Day (9:30 AM to 5:00 PM)
Classes / Sessions
2
Class Schedule
Friday & Saturday
Total Hours
15
Managers, HR executives, Administrative Officers, Labour Welfare Officers, Mid-level executives in the corporate, private and multinational sector.
Arrangement hand sanitizer, musk, hand gloves, lunch, tea, snacks & lunch would be made by the Organizer during the training. Maintain social distance & WHO rules.
M A Rashid
Former Director, Ministry of Labour & Employment, Broadcaster-Bangladesh Betar

Worked as Director, Additional Director, Joint Director, Deputy Director at Ministry of Labour & Employment and Director (Communication, Information & Audio-Visual) at South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation SAARC Agriculture Centre (SAC).

Previously working in the Industrial Relations Institute (IRI) as a Principal under the department of labor, Ministry of Labor & employment as principal for the last 5 years (2001-2006) and Audio-Visual Officer for 17 years (1985-2001). I have 22 years of service at my credit under this organization and for Bangladesh Television as Programme Associate & Floor Manager of News department for five years (1980-1985). As the principal of the Training Institute my main area of work was to lead and plan-programme of various training course as like as workers education training courses with labour laws, Industrial training courses, Family welfare training courses and reproductive health & Gender issues, HIV/AIDS and to deliver lecture to the trainees with AV Aids. I was responsible for prepare and develop Audio-Visual training materials (i.e. films, videos, slides, flip-charts etc) and handle modern, sophisticated audio-visual equipment and multimedia projector. I have successfully completed the APSDEP/ILO/JAPAN Fellowship Training Course on the Development and Management of Media Resource Centre/Audio-Visual unit. I am trained from Bangladesh National Broadcasting Academy on Television Programme Production & News production course and successfully completed the National Institute of Mass Communication’s training on Art of Presentation of Radio programmes and News Broadcasting. Trained from Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre (BPATC) Savar, Dhaka on Training of Trainers (TOT) course. I am Programme conducting and news broadcasting from Radio Bangladesh for the last 25 years and attached with Adventist World Radio-Asia since 05 years as an announcer and news broadcaster. To conduct all the opening and closing sessions of the training sessions of all the training courses, workshops, seminars, symposiums organized by ILO/M.O Labor/IRI. I am Lyric writer of Bangladesh Television and Radio Bangladesh.

As the principal of the Training Institute his expertise area of work is to lead and plan-programme of various training courses, workers education training courses along with labour laws, Industrial training, Family welfare training courses and reproductive health & Gender issues, HIV/AIDS, AV Aids and many more.

Publications: “Media and Communication for Agricultural Development” and “Importance of Audio-Visual Materials in Eeducation and Training”.

Overview of workshop:

Good industrial relations increase the morale of the workers and motivate the workers to work more. When both parties think of mutual interests, it gives more chances of development. Any problem is solved by mutual consent which develops many incentive schemes, such as – worker participation in management, profit sharing, suggestion schemes and soon.

These all bring job satisfaction to the workers and they all put positive effects on the production. From all this we can conclude that good industrial relation, certainly boost up the production and improves the quality and quantity both. They increase labour efficiency also. An increase in the morale of workers reduces per unit cost of production too. Thus we can say that industrial relations have a far-reaching impact on production.

Organization’s Benefits:

Industrial Peace, More Production and Socio-Economical Development.

Manager’s Benefits:

Reduce Industrial dispute, Increase Industrial Peace, More Production and Socio-Economical Development.

Employee’s Benefits:

Increase knowledge, Skill and change their Attitude from this training.

Contents of workshop:

1. Definitions of Industrial Relations

2. Scope of Industrial Relations

3. Objectives

4. Types

5. Characteristics

6. Importance

7. Conditions for Healthy Industrial Relations

8. Models

9. Aspects.

10.Participants

11.Policies

12. Labour Management Relation

13. Prerequisite for Successful Programme

14. Impact

15. Essential Conditions

16. Causes

17. Approaches

18. Role

19. Future

20. Recent Trends.