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V.V. Giri National Labour Institute (VVGNLI), an autonomous body of the Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India, set up in July 1974, is a premier Institute of Labour Research, Training and Education. Since its inception, the Institute has endeavoured through research, training and publications to reach all those who are concerned with various aspects of labour, both in the organised and unorganised sectors. The focus of such endeavours has been the transfer of academic insight and understanding related to all the aspects of labour for application to policy formulation, legislation and action to ensure a just and proper place for labour in an egalitarian and democratic society. SEMINAR/TRAINING HALLS -The Institute has six training halls fully air-conditioned. Every hall has audio-visual facilities. TRAINING AND EDUCATION -The V.V. Giri National Labour Institute is committed to promote a better understanding of labour problems and to find various avenues to tackle them. To achieve this, the Institute, through its varied activities attempts to provide education with regard to labour issues in an integrated manner. The research activities, among other things, explore the basic needs of different groups, such data as are generated in research activities are used for designing new training programmes and modifying existing ones. Constant feedback from the participants is used for updating the training curriculum as well as redesigning training modules. The Institute offers education and training to the following groups: Labour Administrators and officials of the Central and State Governments and of foreign countries; Managers and Officers of the public and private sector industries,Trade union leaders and organisers of the organised and unorganised sectors, and Researchers, trainers, field workers and others concerned with labour issues. RESEARCH- Research activities also explore the basic needs of different groups of trainees such as trade union leaders and organisers in both organised and unorganised sectors, managers of public and private sectors, labour administrators, and volunteers of non-governmental organisations. The following ten Centres carry out studies on the major themes related to research: 1. Centre for International Networking 2. Centre for Labour Market Studies 3. Centre for Employment Relations and Regulations 4. Centre for Agrarian Relations and Rural Labour Studies 5. National Resource Centre on Child Labour 6. Integrated Labour History Research Programme 7. Centre for Labour and Health 8. Centre for Gender and Labour 9. Centre for North East Research and Training 10. Centre for Climate Change and Labour N. R. De Resource Centre on Labour Information (NRDRCLI) is one of the most reputed library cum documentation Centre in the area of labour studies in the country. PUBLICATIONS -VVGNLI has a dynamic publishing programme for dissemination of various labour related information. Some of the important periodicals are: Labour & Development- Labour & Development is a bi-annual academic journal. Awards Digest: Journal of Labour Legislation- Awards Digest is a bi-monthly journal which brings out a summary of the latest case laws in the field of labour and industrial relations. Shram Vidhan- Shram Vidhan is a bi-monthly Hindi journal which brings out a summary of the latest case laws in the field of labour and industrial relations. Indradhanush- It is bi-monthly Newsletter brought out by the Institute which captures Institute’s multifarious activities in the area of research, training and education, workshop, seminar etc.

Institute address: SECTOR-24, NOIDA, 201301, DISTT. GAUTAM BUDH NAGAR, UTTAR PRADESH, INDIA

2021-2022

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1THE FUTURE OF WORK -NAVIGATING TRANSFORMATIONS EFFECTIVELY 11-Oct-202129-Oct-2021ALL COUNTRIESSENIOR AND MIDDLE LEVEL OFFICERS CONCERNED WITH LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT RELATED POLICY ISSUES WORKING KNOWLEDGE OF ENGLISHTHIS TRAINING PROGRAMME IS BEING ORGANISED IN THE CONTEXT OF TWO MAJOR GLOBAL DEVELOPMENTS. ONE, DRIVEN BY VARIOUS MEGA TRENDS €“ TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENTS, DEMOGRAPHIC TRANSITION AND GLOBALISATION €“ THE WORLD OF WORK HAS BEEN EXPERIENCING MASSIVE TRANSFORMATIONS IN THE LAST TWO TO THREE DECADES. THIS HAS LED TO A MULTITUDE OF TENDENCIES: THE ELIMINATION OF OLD JOBS AND EMERGENCE OF NEW FORMS OF EMPLOYMENT, DOMINANCE OF NON-STANDARD FORMS OF EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS, INCREASED AUTOMATION AND THE CONSEQUENT SUBSTITUTION OF CAPITAL FOR WORKERS, CHANGING SKILL SETS IN WORK PROCESSES, EMERGENCE OF NEW BUSINESS MODELS ( GIG ECONOMY, ETC.), DECENTRALISATION OF ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES, AND SO ON. HOW WILL THE FUTURE OF WORK PAN OUT AND WHAT STRATEGIES NEED TO BE PUT IN PLACE TO SEIZE THE OPPORTUNITIES PRESENTED BY THESE TRANSFORMATIONS? SECOND, IN THIS CRUCIAL AND EVOLVING PHASE OF THE WORLD OF WORK, THE OUTBREAK AND SPREAD OF COVID-19 HERALDS UNPRECEDENTED CHALLENGES, PARTICULARLY IN TERMS OF SAFEGUARDING JOBS AND INCOMES OF THE PEOPLE AND ALSO REJUVENATING THE ECONOMY. NUANCED UNDERSTANDING AND ANALYSIS OF THE ONGOING TRANSFORMATIONS IN THE WORLD OF WORK, ON THE ONE HAND, AND THE RAMIFICATIONS OF THE COVID-RELATED CRISIS IN THE LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT SCENARIO, ON THE OTHER, HELP US TO IDENTIFY SOME OF THE MAJOR PATHWAYS THAT MAY BE NAVIGATED BY THE PUBLIC POLICIES RELATED TO LABOUR IN ORDER TO ENSURE A FAVOURABLE AND BRIGHTER FUTURE OF WORK. IT IS ALSO VERY OBVIOUS THAT WE NEED COLLECTIVE ACTION AND PROACTIVE INVOLVEMENT OF ALL CONCERNED STAKEHOLDERS. IN THIS RESPECT, THE PROMINENT ROLE OF INDIA IN MANAGING TRANSFORMATIONS IN THE WORLD OF WORK AND RESPONDING TO THE COVID CRISIS ASSUMES PARAMOUNT SIGNIFICANCE. THE PROGRAMME WILL HIGHLIGHT SOME OF THE MAJOR POLICY INTERVENTIONS INITIATED IN INDIA TO SHOW HOW USE OF TECHNOLOGY CAN BE PIVOTAL FOR ENHANCING GOVERNANCE OF THE WORLD OF WORK. THE PROGRAMMEWILL ALSO HIGHLIGHT SOME OF THE INNOVATIVE LABOUR MANAGEMENT PRACTICES ADOPTED IN INDIAN PUBLIC SECTOR AND PRIVATE SECTOR COMPANIES TO EVOLVE STRONG PARTNERSHIP TO RESPOND TO THE CHALLENGES OF CHANGE BROUGHT OUT BY TECHNOLOGICAL TRANSFORMATIONS. THE SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES OF THE PROGRAMME ARE: €¢ ANALYSE THE MAJOR CONTOURS OF THE FUTURE OF WORK. €¢ TRACE TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGES AND THEIR IMPACTS ON AND IMPLICATIONS FOR WORK AND WORK RELATIONS. €¢ EXAMINE THE MAJOR LABOUR MARKET IMPLICATIONS OF COVID-19 AND ASSESS THE RESPONSES OF VARIOUS STAKEHOLDERS. €¢ DELINEATE THE COMPONENTS OF THE MAJOR PATHWAYS TO ENSURE A BRIGHTER AND EQUITABLE FUTURE OF WORK. THESE INCLUDE: STRIKING A BALANCE BETWEEN QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE DIMENSIONS OF EMPLOYMENT; ENSURING GENDER EQUALITY AT THE WORKPLACE; DEVELOPING A ROBUST SOCIAL PROTECTION SYSTEM, PARTICULARLY TO COVER THOSE IN THE INFORMAL ECONOMY; USE OF DIGITAL TOOLS TO IMPROVE LABOUR MARKET OUTCOMES; AND PROMOTING SOCIAL DIALOGUE.
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2TOWARDS DESIGNING AND IMPLEMENTING EFFECTIVE WAGE POLICIES08-Nov-202126-Nov-2021ALL COUNTRIESTHE COURSE TARGETS OFFICIALS FROM MINISTRIES OF LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT, MEMBERS OF MINIMUM WAGE FIXATION COMMITTEES/WAGE ADVISORY BOARDS RESPONSIBLE FOR DESIGNING AND IMPLEMENTING WAGE POLICY AT THE COUNTRY OR REGIONAL LEVEL. THE COURSE ALSO TARGETS WAGE EXPERTS FROM LABOUR INSTITUTES/UNIVERSITIES INVOLVED IN EVIDENCED BASED POLICY RESEARCH IN THE AREA OF WAGE POLICY. THE PARTICIPANTS ARE EXPECTED TO HARNESS THE FULL POTENTIAL OF THE COURSE, CAN CONTRIBUTE TO PEER LEARNING AND POST TRAINING WOULD BE IN A POSITION TO SUPPORT POLICY MAKING.THE MAIN OBJECTIVE OF THE COURSE IS TO ENHANCE THE CAPACITY OF PARTICIPANTS TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF WAGE POLICIES AT THE NATIONAL AND REGIONAL LEVEL. REFLECTING CURRENT GLOBAL AND SOUTH-ASIA PERSPECTIVES, THE COURSE€™S CONTENT SPECIFICALLY AIMS TO: 1. STRENGTHEN MECHANISMS FOR PARTICIPATORY AND EVIDENCE-BASED MINIMUM WAGE-FIXING AND COLLECTIVE BARGAINING 2. SHOWCASE INTERNATIONAL AND SOUTH-ASIA MINIMUM WAGE SYSTEMS, CONSTRAINTS AND CHALLENGES FOR PROMOTION OF DECENT WORK AND INCLUSIVE GROWTH. 3. STIMULATE CROSS-NATIONAL EXCHANGE OF VIEWS AND EXPERIENCES AMONG POLICYMAKERS AND PARTICIPANTS REGARDING HOW TO USE THE WAGE POLICY AS A TOOL TO END POVERTY, INEQUALITY AND GENDER PAY GAPS
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