Members: $1,400.00, Non-Members: $1,960.00 (plus vat per person)
Employee issues are inevitable and can arise in any workplace, and it is essential that they are dealt with fairly and consistently in keeping with the principles of equity and natural justice. While this must be present throughout the entire disciplinary process, the disciplinary hearing can ultimately determine the success or failure of a matter. In this regard, participants in this session will acquire the knowledge and skills to conduct a succinct, effective and legally defensible disciplinary hearing.
Members: $450.00 | Non-Members: $650.00 (plus vat per person)
According to the Industrial Relations Act (Sec. 10:3), "...the Court in the exercise of its powers shall: (a) make such order or award in relation to a dispute before it as it considers fair and just, having regard to the interests of the persons immediately concerned and the community as a whole…”.
Careful study and analysis of judgments from the Industrial Court of Trinidad and Tobago are helpful in informing and directing future behaviour, policies and decisions concerning matters involving employers and employees. Having knowledge of, and understanding these statutes can therefore offer essential guidance on managing workplace issues in accordance with the principles of good industrial relations practice.
This session will explore the concept of Frustration of Contract as it applies to terminating an employment relationship when it needs to end, with key takeaways for correctly applying its principles and managing this process.
Members: $1,000.00, Non-Members: $1,400.00 (plus vat per person)
This session examines in a practical way the application of labour laws and various industrial relations principles in the workplace, through a review of relevant judgments from the Industrial Court of Trinidad and Tobago.
We will analyse trends and discuss critical lessons to be learnt so that participants are equipped with the necessary knowledge to confidently approach various workplace issues and manage them in accordance with the principles of good industrial relations and human resource management best practices.
Members: $650.00, Non-Members: $910.00 (plus vat per person)
The survival and success of organisations in today's VUCAH environment strongly depend on their capacity to adapt, innovate, and stay one step ahead of the competition. The ongoing development of employees is an essential factor that can directly impact these outcomes. As a business owner, line manager, supervisor or HR professional, your responsibility is to promote a learning and development culture within your team, department or organisation. By recognising the value of investing in employee development, you ensure not only greater productivity and the long-term success of your department but also the overall success of the organisation as a whole.
“In business, what’s dangerous is not to evolve.”– Jeff Bezos
Members: $3,000.00, Non-Members: $4,200.00 (plus vat per person)
“Information is the oil of the 21st century, and analytics is the combustion engine.” Peter Sondergaard, Senior Vice President and Global Head of Research at Gartner, Inc
Information is king! To achieve organisational transformation and growth in our dynamic, rapidly evolving VUCAH environment, HR and IR professionals must be able to harness data for making sound decisions based on credible, prompt and pertinent information. With this focus, participants in this session will acquire the fundamental knowledge and skills required to collect, analyse, and present HR data efficiently and professionally..
When team members become involved in solving problems and are able to benefit from sufficient feedback, they develop a better understanding of what is expected of them and therefore improve their chances of individual success, while ensuring that their team and organisation are able to achieve its goals.