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Responsible Business Conduct: How It Can Be Done and Why It Matters
November 22 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
One event on November 23, 2021 at 2:00 pm
One event on November 24, 2021 at 2:00 pm
One event on November 25, 2021 at 2:00 pm
Compliance is good for business.
The glare of media attention, spontaneity of online technology and rapidly changing habits of customers have prompted global brands to implement more extensive and comprehensive due diligence in their supply chains. They favor intermediaries that could prove their compliance to international and national laws and standards on human rights, environmental protection, labor relations, and financial accountability.
What is Responsible Business Conduct (RBC)? Why are global companies looking at it?
RBC revolves around international instruments on labor practices, forced and child labor, workers’ rights, equal employment opportunities, anti-harassment, occupational safety and health, freedom of association, collective bargaining, working hours, etc. Companies wishing to become more competitive and expand their markets must demonstrate compliance thereto by way of policies, programs, and systems that should exist not only on paper but through actual practice. They should expect buyers to conduct an assessment of compliance through self-assesments, certification schemes, codes of conduct, more commonly known as social audit.
ECOP’s promotion of responsible business conduct is anchored on both national labor legislation and international instruments especially the Core Conventions of the International Labor Organisation (ILO). ECOP recognizes that compliance to these instruments is a requisite to remain a supplier of choice in the international market and even create a competitive advantage over other suppliers in the local market.
At the end of the webinar, it is expected that the participants will be able to do following:
- To identify ILO core conventions and other international frameworks that are key to enterprise competitiveness and sustainability;
- To formulate corporate policies and programs aligned with the fundamentals of responsible business conduct;
- To design a management system within the company to ensure immediate compliance to national and international labor standards, moving forward.
CEOs, HR practitioners, and other corporate officers which handle supply chain management, stakeholder engagement, and CSR will benefit much from the course.
The course consist of modules on:
- Definition and concept of RBC, Codes of Conduct, Social Audit
- Core ILO Conventions and Other International Frameworks
- Business and Workplace Concerns
- Child Labor
- Forced Labor and Human Trafficking
- Equal Opportunity and Treatment
- Occupational Saety and Health
- Freedom of Association
- Collective Bargaining Agreement
- Freedom of Association
- Working hours
- Wages and Benefits in the Times of COVID-19
- Other DOLE Policy Issuances
- Facilitation and Training Skills
The webinar will be blended and hybrid using both online learning activities through ECOP Ecampus and Zoom live video sessions.
November 22-25, 2021, 2:00 – 5:00 p.m.
- Jose Roland A. Moya, Director-General, Employers Confederation of the Philippines
- Rex del Rosario, ECOP OSH Academy Consultant
- Robert Maronilla, Legal Service Manager, Employers Confederation of the Philippines
- Jelermina Abigail Gorospe, Advocacy, Research, and Communications Manager, Employers Confederation of the Philippines
- Nenette Fernando, Consultant, Employers Confederation of the Philippines
Ray Tadeo, Training and Development Department, Employers Confederation of the Philippines
Regular Price/Non-member Rate: PhP 2,750.00.00
All ECOP Members/Chapter Members are entitled to send two (2) FREE participants and must come from (1) management and (2) labor. Additional participants must comply with the member rate of Php 1,750. Kindly contact our Training Department at [email protected] for assistance.
- The training slot is confirmed only upon receipt of payment. Only confirmed (paid) participants will be given access to the training.
- The registration fee must be paid not later than two (2) working days before the first session of the training.
- The speaker will make available learning materials that participants will use in this training program. It can be downloaded from our eCampus platform.
- The recorded video of the session will be uploaded in our eCampus platform after each training session.
- Participants will receive e-certificates after the training.
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Deadline for Registration: November 16, 2021
Deadline for Payment: November 17, 2021
For more inquiries, you may contact us via ECOP Training and Development: [email protected]