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Global business competitiveness and inhospitable local environment has compelled organizations to advance result-based systems and processes. As a result of paucity of resources, organizations are now required to achieve more in less time to meet up with global competition. As a result of these challenges and its impact on workplace relationships, it has become urgent for organizations to ensure peaceful and harmonious industrial atmosphere that would guarantee higher production with minimum costs for sustained profit.

This intensive and highly interactive 5-Day residential course has been packaged to expose participants to contemporary approaches and strategies for managing a broad range of Human Resources, Industrial and Labour Relations issues.


  • Explain and apply contemporary and strategic approaches for the effective management of labour and employment relations for business competitiveness.
  • Detect and avoid employment relationship issues that could expose the organization to litigation.
  • Align Human Resources strategies with business strategies to improve the bottom-line.
  • Explore knowledge and practice of the Nigerian labour and employment laws such as rights and limitations in the workplace.
  • Identify and eliminate legal risks inherent in the workplace.
  • Demonstrate superior skills in handling critical aspects of human resources management and labour relations – including conflict and strike management.
  • Demonstrate practical negotiation skills and the use of financial and economic data for collective bargaining.


  • The system of Industrial Relations in Nigeria: Policy, Structure – Parties, Challenges and the Way Forward.
  • Collective Bargaining Structure and Practice in Nigeria.
  • The Existing Legal Framework for the practice of Labour and Industrial Relations in Nigeria: The Rights Based Approach, Challenges and the Way Forward.
  • Management, Workers and Union Rights, Duties, Obligations and Limitations in the Workplace.
  • Core Conventions of the ILO and its impact on Workplace Industrial Relations Practice.
  • Effective Handling of Negotiation with the Unions: Strategies and Tactics.
  • Legal/Regulatory Compliance in the Workplace: Challenges and Opportunities.
  • Balancing Training Imperatives and Organizational Bottom-line-Strategies for Cost Containment.
  • Strategies for Institutionalizing High Performance Systems for Organizational Development.
  • Emerging Role of Social Media in Employee Background and Work History Checks.
  • Employee Engagement and Productivity: Maximizing the Benefits for Organizational Development.
  • Talent Attraction and Retention in a Period of Skills Dearth.
  • The Role and Responsibilities of HR in Effective Management of Functional Interface’s Conflict and Competition for Relevance.
  • Down the Memory Lane: My Most Challenging and Memorable Experience as an HR/ER Practitioner – Panel Discussion
  • IR & LR Clinic: Problem Solving Session with the DG.
  • Case Studies
  • Practical Negotiation Exercises.

This course is packaged for Senior and Middle Level Human Resources Managers, Line Managers Business Executives, HR/IR/ER decision makers and all Professionals involved in the determination of targets, evaluation of performance and allocation of rewards in an organization.

VENUE:     Park Inn by Radisson, Ibrahim Babangida Boulevard, Kuto, Abeokuta, Ogun State.

COURSE FEE:     Members:   N225,500                     Non-Members: N235,500


In view of the fact that this Course is Residential, Please note that the Course Fee is EXCLUSIVE of Cost of Accommodation.

For enrolment and further details, please contact:

Director, Learning and Development, NECA

Tel: 234-1-3422356, 01-3422857, 08064716927, 0806920364.

Event Properties

Event Date 18-09-2017 9:00 am
Event End Date 22-09-2017 4:00 am
Registration Start Date 23-08-2017 12:00 am
Cut off date 19-09-2017
Individual Price N235,500.00
We are no longer accepting registration for this event

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Plot A2, Hakeem Balogun Street,
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