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WARD’s 11days Training on Bangladesh Labor Law

Application Course on Bangladesh Labor Law [ACBLL]
Date: November 07-December 13, 2014

Day: Friday & Saturday of Every week

Time: 6.00 pm to 9.00 pm

Registration deadline: November 03, 2014

Venue: WINGS Centre, Dhanmondi, Dhaka.
Role Play & Activities

Whole training will be conducted based on Role Play, Case Study, Self activity, hands on exercise, experiential learning, group work etc. Professional Panel

There will be some panel discussion session along with renowned Labor Law practitioners in the country for achieving updated knowledge on different aspects of Labor Law.

Outcome of the Program:
After successful completion of the program, the participants will be able to do all operational activities of HR as well as will know the practical HR practices in context of Bangladesh.
 Understand the changes in amendment law 2013
 Use the practical knowledge to implement different sections of labor law
 To conduct Factory Audit in line with BLL 2006 [amendment 2013]
 To prepare Factory for any kind of Social Audit in line with BLL 2006 [amendment 2013]
 To handle employee relations, grievances, disciplinary issues, accurate settlement under the guidance of BLL
2006 [amendment 2013]
 Make Trade Union & deal with CBA
 Understand WPPF calculation, entitlement, distribution & investment
Target Participants
 HR Professionals
 Compliance Professionals
 Potential Candidates to develop career in HR/

Training Methodology:
 Brain Storming
 Role Play/Simulation
 Lecture Discussion
 Sharing/Participatory

Major areas to be covered:
Day 1:
 Orientation
 Definitions with emphasis on worker and non-worker difference  Classification of workers
Day 2:
 Conditions of employment (registers, service books, termination other than by way of punishments)
 Calculation of separation payables
 Gratuity
Day 3:

Disciplinary procedures, Grievance Procedure
Fairness of trial

Day 4:

Disciplinary procedures, Grievance Procedure
Fairness of trial

Day 5:

Trade unions
Participation committee
Dispute Settlement

Day 6:

Working hours and Leave
Maternity benefit

Day 7:

Day 10:

Promotion policy
Pay role

Day 11:

Day 8:

Day 9:

Knowledge sharing session
Awarding Certificate
Infrastructural compliance
Industrial Compliance
Administrative & operational Compliance
Audit Management

Occupational health and safety
Employment of adolescent
Child labor

Salary components
Tax calculation on salary


Resource Personnel:
Resource panel will be comprised of Lawyer and Labor Law Practitioners from different organizations. We are expecting renowned HR Practitioners in the certificate awarding session.

Resources from Law Practitioners
 Advocate, Supreme Court of
 Barrister-at-Law of the
Honorable Society of Lincoln’s Inn,
London, UK.

Barrister Khan is one of the leading employment and labour law practitioner of
Bangladesh. He is legal adviser of many renowned organizations. He is also working as a consultant of the ILO on various labour matters. He has conducted so many trainings on labour law for different organization including Bangladesh
Employers’ Federation (BEF), BSHRM, ILO. He has also started his collaboration with ACCORD. He heads the law firm, namely, Legal Counsel which is one of the leading law firms in the country.
He also participated in different legal workshop in Europe, Asia and USA


Bangladesh Supreme Court

Resources from the Corporate Practitioners



Farzana Sultana
Mr. Monjurul Alam
Aminur Rahman Khan

Deputy Director, Compliance
Head of HRD
Former Corporate Employee
Relations Manager
Manager, HR

Eastern Bank ltd
British American Tobacco, Bangladesh

M A Hashem
Md.Rafiqul Islam

Course Fee (Excluding VAT & Tax)

Epylion Group
Linde Bangladesh

How to apply
Please fill up the nomination form and send it to:

Regular Fees: BDT 15,000 Per person (10
% discount for 3 or more from same organization) and For BSHRM Member
Seats are limited
Fees include snacks, and training materials. Certificate will be awarded; Hotline:

01753 88 11 77

Visit (for online Reg)

& fill up WARD FORM

Payment Process: A/C Payee cheque in favor of ‘World Academy for
Research & Development’ or deposit directly to any branch of DBBL (A/C:
115.110.18888; DBBL) and send us the deposit slip through mail

OR- bKash to 01753 88 11 77

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