|17 April 2018|
|Location and Venue:|
|The Faircity Quatermain, Johannesburg|
Mozambique Labour & Employment Law
PRESENTED BY LEADING LABOUR LAW EXPERT IN MOZAMBIQUE: EDUARDO CHIMELA
Getting to grips with the Labour Law in Mozambique!
This masterclass on Mozambique Labour & Employment Law is designed to provide Business Owners, Managing Directors, Regional Managers, HR managers and Legal Advisors with advanced knowledge on the Labour Legislation in Mozambique. The workshop will provide learners with an opportunity to develop specialist labour law know-how, specifically focused on Mozambique. You will be able to gain first-hand knowledge and advice through our expert facilitator who has extensive experience in the government and as an advisor and labour analyst.
After successfully completing this masterclass, you will be able to:
Presented by Mozambican Labour Law Expert: Eduardo Chimela
Eduardo Chimela, Labour Market Analyst Mozambique, Representative of the Minister Labour on the Board of Directors of the National Institute for Social Security. Bcom Economics and Post Grad Strategic Management. Eduardo Chimela held posts at Ministerial level as Director General and Director for Studies and Cooperation at the National Institute for Employment and Vocational Training (INEFP) Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Security Republic of Mozambique.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
This workshop is recommended for all companies conducting work in Mozambique, either through a Mozambican locally registered company, on a project basis or as consultants/contractors:
Companies which have benefited from our workshops & courses:
|Global Alliance Insurance||Amec Foster Wheeler||Woolworths|
|Nedbank||Consolidated Power Projects Group Africa||Maersk|
|Mediterranean Shipping Company||SASOL||Transnet|
|Standard Bank||Edcon||Illovo Sugar|
Reviews from our Previous Labour & Employment Courses:
“This was a well-organised, informative course. Being a small group the level of interaction was hugely beneficial. An enjoyable 2 days that was definitely worth attending.” Standard Bank
“Seminars like these contribute to the broader body of knowledge. That ultimately grows expertise and further development.” Syrah Resources, Mozambique
“Well done, African Influence Exchange! The course was very beneficial, we learned a lot and consolidate the knowledge that we already had on the applicability of the labour law that applies in Mozambique.” KPMG
INVESTMENT PER DELEGATE:
1 Day Masterclass: R4900
Register 3 or more delegates: R4400 per person
Mozambique Labour Law - Law nr 23/2007, of August 1
Mozlegal and CAL - 2017-09-01
Read more here.
REPÚBLICA DE MOÇAMBIQUE - Decree No. 37/2016
Arising from the need to review Decree No, 55/2008 of 30 December, that approves the Regulation governing the Mechanisms and Procedures for Employment of Foreign Nationals, with a view to adjust it to current market development challenges, in the light of article 269 of Law No. 23/2007 of 1 August, the Labour Law, the Council of Ministers Decrees. Regulation governing the Mechanisms and Procedures for Employment of Foreign Nationals - to be discussed and explained in this Masterclass.
Read more here.
Representative of the Minister of Labour on the Board of Directors of the National Institute for Social Security
and Labour Market Analyst Mozambique.
Holds a Bcomm. Economics and Post Grad Strategic Management.
Eduardo Chimela has held posts at Ministerial level as Director General and Director for Studies and Cooperation at the National Institute for Employment and Vocational Training (INEFP) Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Security Republic of Mozambique.
Eduardo Chimela spearheaded amongst others Mozambique’s Strategic employment policies including:
- internship regulation
- the labour market observatory unit
- the national skills qualification framework for artisans
- the drafting of the SADC Employment Protocol signed by the Heads of State and Government in Vic Falls, Zimbabwe - August 2014
- the Mozambique Decent Work Country Programme - 2011
Eduardo Chimela was also responsible for the management of pensions and Mozambican mineworkers' benefits in South Africa for over 10 years.