This is a different learning experience. While others are overviews only, this special program is detailed, specific and action oriented. In the face of the recent DOLE activism in aggressively putting impetus to its VISITORIAL powers, it is essential that Business Owners, Company Executives, Department Heads, HR Managers and Supervisors, HR Staff, LR and IR personnel, as well as owners and managers of outsourcing companies be equipped with adequate KASH (Knowledge, Attitude, Skills and Habits) in coping with these new developments.
By the end of this whole day learning experience, the participants shall have: Learned the Latest Government Policy on DOLE Exercise of the Labor Secretary’s VISITORIAL POWER under the Article 128, Book III of the Labor Code. Understood the procedures of INSPECTIONS, both on the GENERAL LABOR STANDARDS, OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH and even work arrangement related to service contracting and job contracting. Mastered the coping mechanism and become familiar with the procedures of DETECTION, ANALYSIS, DOCUMENTATION and RECTIFICATION of Labor Code violations. Learned new strategies and techniques in avoidance of some negative findings and rectification of violations if any. Discovered the secrets of successful business management and leadership of people as well as the art and science of relating with DOLE and its officials within the bounds of law and business ethics.
THE BACKGROUND ON VISITORIAL POWER
1. The Philosophy of the Labor Code: A Martial Law Document
2. The Powers of the DOLE Secretary: Principles, Philosophy and Procedures.
3. Articles 128, 129, 217 of the Labor Code, as amended.
4. Article 106 to 107 and Detailed Explanation
5. Overview of DO 131-B and DO 183; Detailed Provisions
THE EMPLOYERS’ STATE OF UNREADINESS
1. The Business Today: Strengths and Weaknesses
2. The HR Today: Strengths and Weaknesses
3. Proposed Strategies and Techniques
4. Coping Mechanism and Processes
5. General Labor Standards
6. Occupational Safety and Health
7. Other Matters
HOW TO COPE WITH INSPECTIONS
1. Proactive Anticipation
2. Preparing Documents and Records
3. Briefing Managers and Staff
4. What to Expect
5. Relating with DOLE
6. Disclosures and Submissions
7. Classifications and Rectifications
8. Appeals and Motions
9. The Role of Line Managers
10. The Role of HR
11. The Role of Lawyers
12. The Role of the Owners
Atty. Josephus B. Jimenez AB, LLB, CESDP, FPM2014 President of People Management Association of the Philippines Former Undersecretary, Department of Labor and Employment Former Top Corporate Executive of Petron/PNOC, San Miguel Corp., and Pepsi Cola Products Phil. Inc. Former Professor of Law of UST, FEU, UE, etc. Former Member of Board of Trustees, St. Paul University, QC., Former Labor Attache, Taichung, Taiwan, Malaysia and Kuwait Author, Law Professor, Bar Reviewer, Inspirational Speaker Former, OIC Executive Director, National Maritime Polytechnic
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