Effective Employee Relations & Labor Management

November 29, 2019 | 9 AM to 5 PM | Joy~Nostalg Hotel & Suites Ortigas Manila

Learning Benefits

At the end of this session participants will be able to:


Have a general awareness of the local legal process as well as its application within the workplace including factors that affect employment relationship including but not limited to: mediation, administrative cases and resolution
conflict management.

 

Participants will be able to learn the best legally defensible HR approach in handling and winning labor cases.
 

Additionally:
        • Describe the basic framework of employee and labor relations management including: administrative procedure,

           grievance procedure, employee discipline, mediation and conflict management.
        • Evaluate various employment cases and administrative methods within the context of industrial and labor

           relations.​

Program Outline

I. Introduction

          Provide the basic foundation of HR Practice in
          Employee-Employer Relationship
                 - Conditions of Employment
                 - Employee Engagement

II. Administrative Case Procedures

Preliminary Investigation
Issuance of Show Cause
Issuance of Preventive Suspension
Issuance of Corrective Action
Administrative Hearing
Notice of Decision
Performance Action Plan

III. Future Trends of Employee-Employer Relationship

Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR)
Mediation
Grievance Procedure
Administrative Hearing (with or without assistance of a counsel)

IV. Laws on Termination

Performance Management
Just Causes
Involuntary Causes

V. Case Simulations and Role Play

Your Facilitator

Daisy Callanta is an inspirational speaker and trainer for leadership programs. A seasoned HR Executive with proven track record in the mastery of HR functions and strategies. With degrees in Psychology and Law, her qualifications are well complemented by a strong background in Employee Relations, Policy Management, Diversity & Inclusion, Conflict Management and Labor Relations. She is adept at case management and winning labor related cases through experience-honed skills in administrative and alternative dispute resolutions. Tenacious in forging strong relationships with business partners through transparent and effective internal, external and public relations. Her years of experience were gained from various industries such as travel, manufacturing, financial services, retail, BPO, shared services and most recently global law firm, both from global to local enterprises for more than 22 years.


Presently, an Evangelist and President of Jesus HUGS Ministries, a non profit Christian organization established with the sole purpose of sharing the good news about Jesus providing free community support programs to help spread awareness and proper care for children with special needs. She is also a Certified Facilitator for Lead Like Jesus Training Program (a program designed by Ken Blanchard. Most recently certified as National Facilitator for Haggai Philippines.


She wants to equip people within the workplace to adapt a “lifestyle of excellence” through effective application of proven HR best practices. Her personal advocacy is to help children with special needs and their families to be freed and transformed by the healing power of Jesus Christ.


She is married to John Callanta and has two sons named Joshua and Josiah.

Program Description

This workshop provides the various methods and concepts that comprise and significantly affect employee and labor relations. Participants will gain better understanding on how to properly handle employee cases within the organization through actual administrative case studies, landmark labor cases and case simulations. Through these methods, the company will be able to use preventive measures that will help make case management legally defensible in Philippine Labor Court.

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