|6 & 7 December 2017|
|Location and Venue:|
|Southern Sun, Maputo|
Fundamentals in Labour Law Mozambique and Labour Relations Management Course 2017 (Maputo)
2 Day Practical Course
The Programme in Fundamentals in Labour Law Mozambique and Labour Relations Management is designed to provide HR managers, labour relations practitioners and line managers with advanced knowledge and skills specifically related to labour relations management. The course provides you with an opportunity to develop specialist labour law and labour relations know-how, specifically focused for Mozambique. You will be able to gain first-hand experience through participation in case studies and simulated role-plays, that focus on Mozambique labour law and labour relations.
After successfully completing the course, you will be able to:
Understand and deal with industrial action
Additional Course Module Added:
Module 6 New Developments
All participants receive a certificate of completion for module 1 of the Labour Series in Fundamentals in Labour Law Mozambique and Labour Relations Management course.
Eduardo Chimela, Labour Market Analyst – Mozambique
Reviews from our Previous Labour Courses:
“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 and the most important about the Professionals Relations VS Human Resources.” KPMG Mozambique
“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.” Government of South Africa
INVESTMENT PER DELEGATE:
2 Day Training Course: USD 780
Register 3 or more delegates: USD 620 per delegate
Mozambique Employment and Labour Law 2016
What are the main sources of employment law? The Constitution of Mozambique establishes in its Title III, Chapter V (Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, and Duties) a number of fundamental rights, such as freedom of association (Trade Unions), the right to work and the right to strike. Additionally, the Mozambican Employment Law (Law No. 23/2007, of 1 August 2007) is applicable to all employment relationships in Mozambique. The employment relationships of foreign non-resident employees are also regulated by Decree No. 55/2008, of 30 December 2008.
Courtesy of ICLG. Read the full article here.
Labor Market Regulation in Mozambique
Below is a detailed summary of some of the labor regulations that would apply to local entrepreneurs wishing to hire workers, organize working schedules, improve job quality for workers, or make workers redundant for economic reasons in Mozambique. It measures the regulation of employment, specifically as they affect a local entrepreneur running a supermarket or grocery store operating in the economy's largest business city (for 11 economies the data are also collected for the second largest business city) and employing 60 employees.
Courtesy of www.doingbusiness.org. Read the full article here.
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.
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.