The Industrial Relations scenario in the country has undergone a change. However, Public Sector Companies still face challenges in dealing with unions and errant employees. Officers working in Personnel and Industrial Relations department require special training in Legal, Procedural and Behavioural aspects of Industrial Relations and officers especially dealing with H.R. Court Cases at ROs/HO are required to update and acquaint themselves with the procedures and practices followed in High Courts/Supreme Courts.


At the end of the programme, the participants will be able to:


     Acquire documentation skills.

     Differentiate support and control activities of P and IR function

     Implement Legal framework of Industrial Relations

     Appraise the group of precautions to be taken in drafting the charge-sheet, enquiry report and penalty orders.

     Explain the importance of supporting documents for enquiry and final orders

     Explain the systems and procedures adopted at High Courts/Supreme Courts in H.R. cases.



     Legal Framework of Industrial Relations

     CDA rules, Principles of Natural Justice and conduct of disciplinary proceedings

     Preparation of charge-sheets, daily proceeding reports, interrogating witnesses and verification of documents

     Preparation of Enquiry Report, Penalty Order, Appeal and Memorial Orders.

     Principles of consistency & progressive discipline

     Managing the employee in the workplace after a disciplinary hearing (in the absence of a dismissal)

     Role of Consultant Advocate, Role of Dealing Officers in Court Cases and efforts required for defending the cases

     Exhaustive case studies with examples.

     Interactive session with practical applications including conduct of  Mock Enquiry

     Co-ordination with CBI /CVC and compliances

  Participants Profile:

Dealing Officials of HR/IDD/Legal Depts. (dealing only with employee matters) at HO and ROs of  PSU/Private Insurance Companies.

  Duration: 3 Days

 Dates: 03.01.2024-05.01.2024