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Webinar on recently enacted 4 Labour Codes

Webinar on recently enacted 4 Labour Codes

Interaction with the Labour Commissioner and specialists

Event date : 20 October 

The Ministry of Labour and Employment recently passed four labour codes and consolidated many central laws with an objective to simplify and modernise labour regulations. These codes regulate (i) Wages (ii) Social Security (iii) Occupational Safety, Health and Working Conditions and (iv) Industrial Relations. The changes are expected to have a major boost to labour reforms and impact almost every organisation in every sector. It is expected that the new laws will reduce complexities, improve ease of compliance, usher in more transparency and accountability and help both employers and workers. However, the actual impact will need to be seen. The new codes are expected to enhance compliances significantly especially due to increased penal liabilities. Along with KPMG Partners, we will have a panel of Labour Commissioner and specialists from industry to discuss the new regulations

Speakers

Parizad Sirwalla

Parizad Sirwalla

Partner and Head – Global Mobility Services, Tax, KPMG in India

Shatabdi Basu Gupta

Shatabdi Basu Gupta

Head, Compensation & Benefits, L&T

Abe Abraham

Abe Abraham

Partner, Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas

Anupam Malik

Anupam Malik

Member of Central Board of Trustees (EPF) and retired Additional Labour Commissioner

Webinar recording

Webinar on recently enacted 4 Labour Codes - Interaction with the Labour Commissioner and specialists

Speakers: Parizad Sirwalla – Partner and Head – Global Mobility Services, Tax, KPMG in India, Rambir Dalal – Subject Expert and former Regional Provident Fund Commissioner, Ashish Gupta – Chartered Accountant, Monali Dutta – Legal Expert

External speakers:

  1. Anupam Malik – Member of Central Board of Trustees (EPF) and retired Additional Labour Commissioner
  2. Shatabdi Basu Gupta – Head, Compensation & Benefits, L&T
  3. Abe Abraham – Partner, Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas

Date of webinar: 20th October 2020

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