11 – 13 October 2016
Hotel Istana Kuala Lumpur City Centre
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The Malaysian Industrial Relation Conference, or also known as MIRC 2016 is the leading event covering the IR Issues specific to Malaysia.
The MIRC 2016 is a 3 day event comprising of conference divided 2 Days Conferemce, and 1 day of 4 Workshop Tracks offering comprehensive sessions that address the current critical issues on Industrial Relations.
Industrial relations practice around the world are constantly changing in response to the challenges posed by transformations in labour markets and global economy as a whole. To survive these difficult times, employers must play a balancing and proactive role in maintaining industrial harmony to enhance productivity and performance of both the employees and the employers.
The conference will cover the key issues that are of importance to today’s IRO, through a range of engaging sessions that will make sure you are up to date with all the latest developments and updates. Each session will deliver practical takeaways and there will be a particular emphasis on professional development throughout.
With a range of presentations, highly engaging workshop tracks to choose from, unparalleled networking opportunity and a showcase of local and international experts, the 2016 conference promises to be the best yet: the event not to be missed by anyone working in IR.
MIRC 2016 would help you:-
Be up-to-date with current trends and updates
UNDERSTAND BEST PRACTICES on managing spiraling wage costs, use of social media at the workplace, and maintaining harmonious relationships with unions
Learn about the latest regulatory and enforcement activities from those on the front lines of implementing labour and employment laws
Get a clear understanding of the complex world of workplace legislation and court decisions that impact how you do business
Get tools, tips and resources that help minimize your organization’s exposure to litigationt