Proactive Labor Relations in a Non-unionized Environment
September 4 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm₱6000 – ₱8000
One of the major challenges in human resources management is having positive employer-employee relations and maintaining industrial peace. This is crucial as the productivity and competitiveness of an enterprise is greatly affected by the absence or lack of it. When the relationship is strained, polarization develops thus hindering the performance of what could be an effective unified team.
While the constitution and the code provides for workers’ organization, it does not prohibit enterprises from maintaining its non-union status. Through proactive management initiatives unionization may be avoided. Hence, it is imperative that employers learn how to positively and proactively manage their employees. This seminar will enable all management personnel and functional managers to deal with employees fairly as human beings without the intervention of third parties.
- The True Meaning of Preventive Labor Relations
- The Constitution and the Law
- Distinction Between Non-Union and Anti-Union
- Communicating a Positive Employee Relations Policy
- Creating a Positive/Proactive Employee Relations Environment
- Components of a Positive Employee Relations Environment
- Advantages of a Positive Employee Relations Environment
- Understanding Personal Value Systems
- Impact on Unionization
- Company Early Warning System
- How Union Organize Employees
- The External Organizers
- The Internal Organizers
- What to do When Union Knocks at the Door
- Case studies
- Re-entry plans
IR/HR practitioners and managers of organizations who would like to maintain a non-unionized structure.
ATTY. RANULFO (NOLI) P. PAYOS was a lecturer in the De La Salle Professional School, Inc. Graduate School of Business’ corporate governance program. He is the Chairman of a management consulting firm, Change Management International, Inc. He is the Vice President of the Employers’ Confederation of the Philippines (ECOP) and Vice President of ECOP Institute of Productivity and Competitiveness (EIPC). Likewise, he was a former member of the Board of Directors of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) as a representative of the employer sector.
He is appointed by President Benigno Aquino III as Commissioner of the Tripartite Voluntary Arbitration Advisory Council (TVAAC) and is currently a member of the Tripartite Industrial Peace Council (TIPC) and Tripartite Executive Committee (TEC) An awardee of People Manager of the Year in 1987, he is a Diplomate in Personnel Management and was elected President of the People Management Association of the Philippines (PMAP) for two terms. He was a former member of the Board of Regents of Rizal Technological University. He also elected President of the Society of Fellows in Personnel Management. He was a former member of the Society of Human Resources of USA (SHRM).
Atty. Payos has had 31 years of professional experience in Human Resources Management occupying senior executive positions in several multinational companies until his retirement in 1994 as Senior Vice-President of Human Resources and Administration and Corporate Secretary of Eastern Telecommunications Philippines, Inc. He also held leadership positions in various professional and civic organizations. Moreover, he took up MBA studies and continuing management education and training programs in several reputable schools and institutions in the Philippines, U.S.A., and the United Kingdom. He has also attended international conferences on human resources management and labor relations in the U.S.A., ASEAN countries, Japan, Australia, Hongkong, Korea, Switzerland, Italy, and Ireland. He was 6 times employers’ delegate to the International Labor Organization (ILO) in Geneva, Switzerland. His areas of expertise lie in Human Resource Management, Labor Relations, Training and Development, Manpower Planning, Executive Selection and Placement, Corporate Communications, Job Evaluation, and Performance Management.
He is a co-author of the book “Personnel Management in the 21st Century” – a revision of the book originally written by PMAP founder and first President, entitled “Personnel Management.” and author of the newly-minted book, “Human Resource Management – From the Practitioner’s Point of View.”
Register today and avail our early bird discount:
A 10% discount will be given if payment is received 7 days before the course commences. Payment on-site and walk-in participants will pay the regular fee.