The interaction between workers, employers, trade unions, and the government is mediated by labor law. The tripartite connection between employee, employer, and union is the subject of collective labor law. Individual labor law is concerned with employees' rights at work, as well as the employment contract. Labor and employment laws are crucial because they provide structure to the workplace, specify what both employees and employers are liable for, and, in some situations, describe federal standards in order to provide both parties with the guidance they need to resolve workplace conflict. These regulations are particularly significant because they allow organizations to focus more on production and profitability rather than always devoting attention and resources to problem-solving.
Rs. 7,000/- for Indian National and $150 for International Candidates.
Graduates in any discipline are eligible to enroll for this program.
Upon successful completion, students will have the skills and knowledge to:
Understanding of labor law will enable the candidate to give structure at workplace
Labour laws help setup a safe working environment
Based on labor laws, the candidate will be able to understand the direction necessary for resolving workplace conflict.