WORKER’S RIGHT ACT 2019

Appavoo Business School LTD

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Course Title:
Workers’ Rights Act 2019 : A review from a Human Resource Management perspective

Duration- (hours/day): 6Hrs
Theory: Yes   Practical: Yes
Cost per participant:  Mur 9,500

Objectives/Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the course, participants are expected to acquire a firm grasp of the mechanism of the Workers’ Rights Act 2019 with particular emphasis to provisions dealing with day to day Human Resource Management of an enterprise.  Starting with the requirements from recruitment level, the course delve into the essentials of conflict management, the numerous problems at work , remuneration rules down to disciplinary actions.

Profile of Participants:           

  • Human Resource Managers
  • Senior Managers
  • Management Executives
  • Entrepreneurs

 

 

Detailed Course Contents:

-General Working Conditions (Flextime, Overtimes, Rest Period, Allowances, Leaves)
-Maintenance of Records and Registers
-Penalties for Non-Compliance with the Workers’ Rights Act 2019
-Employment categories (Determinate, Part-time, Full-time)
-Dealing with Recruitment, Interviews, Appointments and Promotions
-Statutory Obligations of Filing with relevant Authorities and applicable penalties
-Conflict management
-Management of Violence and Harassment at Work
-Holding and Handling Disciplinary Procedures
-Computation of  of Severance Allowances
-Reduction of Workforce and laying off

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Mastering Customer Due Diligence and KYC across the Financial Sector

Appavoo Business School LTD

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Course Title:
Mastering Customer Due Diligence and KYC across the Financial Sector

 

Duration- (hours/day): 4Hrs
Theory: Yes     Practical: Yes
Cost per participant:  Mur 11,500

Objectives/Learning Outcomes:

  • At the end of the course, participants are expected to have a sound understanding of;
  • The importance of Customer Due Diligence “CDD”
  • The legal and regulatory obligations regarding CDD/KYC
  • The importance of record keeping
  • Compliance of CDD/KYC obligation as a risk based approach
  • Development of internal system for efficient CDD/KYC

Profile of Participants:           

  • Corporate Administrators
  • Operations Personnel
  • On Boarding Team in Financial Institutions
  • Compliance Officers and MLRO’s
  • Team Leaders in Financial Sectors including Banks, Accounting firms

Detailed Course Contents:

  • What is CDD and KYC
  • Importance of CDD/KYC
  • CDD Checklist
  • Client Identification/ verification Measures during on-boarding
  • Enhanced Due Diligence Measures
  • Identification and dealing with Politically Exposed Persons (PEPs)
  • Simplified or reduced due diligence measures
  • Continuous Monitoring and record keeping
  • The legal and regulatory obligations as per the Mauritian Law and Regulations

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Relationship between Employers and Employees

Following the COVID-19 Act 2020

by Kaminee Busawah

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It is no secret to anybody that, like any other country, Mauritius has been heavily impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and its reverberations. The outbreak of the pandemic has disrupted our lives and livelihood at all levels causing an unprecedented halt to the global economy. All sectors including production, hospitality, trade and business in general have been paralyzed.

The sanitary curfew prevailing since the 20 of March 2020 was lifted on 31 May 2020 after which normal activity started in almost all sectors. However, with economic activity on hold for more than two months, resumption, faced to an unpredictable and muted economic recovery, appears very challenging. While most business are having great difficulty in navigating through the troubled aftermath of the pandemic, the most commonly asked question from our business associates is: ‘how do we deal simultaneously with re-inventing the business with a view to salvaging it while on the other hand preserving employment?’

HLB Mauritius, bearing in mind the quandaries of its stakeholders, wish to highlight, in simple words, the
implications of the Covid Act relative to employment and the new rules for industrial relations.

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Kaminee Busawah

Managing Director- Risk & Compliance

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