Welcome to Employers' Council
The Employers' Council is a permanent organ of FNCCI working for the promotion of better industrial relation in Nepal. It is set up to provide varied services to the employers on industrial relation issues including labour law and industrial disputes. It basically aims to promote good industrial relation by maintaining a close relationship with the trade unions and the government.
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Interaction program on Draft Labour Act
Interaction program on Draft Labour Act
Management Training Programme
Management Training Programme
Training Program on Social Dialogue
Training Program on Social Dialogue
HR Workshop
HR Workshop
Training Program on Occupational Safety & Health (OSH)
Training Program on Occupational Safety & Health (OSH)
Training Program on Occupational Safety & Health (OSH)
Training Program on Occupational Safety & Health (OSH)
Social Dialogue Training (ToT)
Social Dialogue Training (ToT)
Marketing Skills Training
Marketing Skills Training

News
  • Meeting on Draft Labour Act
    Aug 19, 2014
    The meeting of the Officer Bearers of FNCCI, Employers' Council members and other member organizations including HAN, FHAN, GAN, Security Guards, APPON, CCAN, Jute, tea, multinationals was held on Aug 13, 2014 at FNCCI secretariat. The meeting was officiated by Shekhar Golcha, Vice president of FNCCI and Chairperson of Employers Council and was attended by Pradeep Jung Pandey, President, Pashupati Murarka, Senior vice president, Dinesh Shrestha, Vice president and Kishore Pradhan, Vice president. It concluded with an understanding on the following points: 1 The mandate has been given to the Five member Team to hold dialogue with the trade unions on the disputed draft labour ACt issues and make an effort to reduce the differences. The five member team has been formed at the request of the Central Labour Advisory Committee (CLAC), Ministry of Labour. The CLAC has provided two weeks time to settle or reduce the differences to expedite the enactment process of the draft Labour Act. 2 The Five member team includes Hansa Ram Pandey (Director), FNCCI-EC, Somnath Adhikari (Executive Head, Morang Chamber of Industry), AK Jha (Senior HR Manager, Surya Nepal), Madhav Bhattarai (Advocate) and Sailnath Gautam, (Advocate). 3 The team will hold talks and will coordinate the progress with the office bearers and EC Board members and other member organizations.
  • Need of HR Budget
    Aug 04, 2014
    The HR Kurakani program- 'Need of HR Budget' was organized on 30 July 2014 at FNCCI Secretariat, Training Hall, Teku, Kathmandu. The program was jointly organized by FNCCI-EC with the Real Solution (Human Resource Consulting). Representatives from different organization who are working as a HR Officers and Managers participated in the program. The program went very interestingly among the experienced HR Managers and emerging HR Officers. It was clicked that the knowledge of financial subject apart from the other essential component of HR management is must to know by HR personnel.
  • Interaction on Draft Labour Act 2071
    Aug 03, 2014
    Mr. Yagyaman Shakya, Deputy Director of FNCCI-EC interacted with the members of Federation of Bhaktapur Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) on draft Labour Act 2071 as a resource person and briefed them about the development achieved so far. The program was held on August 1, 2014 at the secretariat of BCCI. The participants were of the view that the proposed Labour Act must balance the interests of both the employers and workers for the overall industrial growth and development. The role of the government is extremely important for this.
  • Social security schemes unlikely soon
    Jul 29, 2014
    The government is working on a plan to bring an integrated legal framework for social security. It will replace the proposed Social Security Fund Act, include workers from informal sector, and cover other social security programmes being implemented by various government agencies.
  • Integrated social security law on horizon
    Jul 25, 2014
    The government is working on a plan to bring an integrated legal framework for social security. It will replace the proposed Social Security Fund Act, include workers from informal sector, and cover other social security programmes being implemented by various government agencies. (Posted in Himalayan Times, July 24, 2014)
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Publications / Downloads
  Interaction Program on Selected Topics of Labour Law
  Declaration of Labour and Employment Sammelan - 2069
  Employers' Handbook

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