Human Resources Management in Practice Course
The Malta Employers'' Association is organising a 10 week Course on Human Resources Management in Practice starting in January 2010.More companies, from all industries and of all sizes are acknowledging the importance of the Human Resource function as a means to achieve strategic goals. This course aims to provide a practical overview of the main areas and tasks involved in managing the Human Resources Function. The sessions will consist of practical sessions by seasoned HR professionals, with heavy interaction between the participants, which has become a trademark of the courses organized by MEA.
Course on Employment Law
The Malta Employers'' Association shall be holding a course on Employment Law at its premises in Valletta.The course aims to provide participants with a good working knowledge of the local legislation belonging to employment and industrial relations. It also establishes the broad aspects for an understanding of the rights and obligations of workers and their employers. The course guides the participants through the principles of effective employment practices and allows them to understand a variety of implications of employer-employee relations.
Occupational Health & Safety Law & Management in Practice Course
The Malta Employers'' Association in conjunction with Law at Work (Malta) Ltd are organising an Occupational Health & Safety Law & Management in Practice Course. The aim of the course will be to show management how to handle OHS Matters and what the courts look at when deciding Health and Safety related claims. As always, the approach will be a practical one. At the end of this course, the HR practitioner should have a good understanding of how Health and Safety law works in practice and how Occupational Health and Safety related issues at the place of work should be tackled.
MEA Annual General Conference 2009
The Malta Employers’ Association organised its Annual General Conference with the theme A Post Recession Scenario for Malta on the 22nd May 2009 at the Grand Hotel Excelsior, Floriana. It focused on the current global economic climate and how Malta can use the crisis to hit the ground running once the world economy recovers.The conference looked into the situation of various major economic sectors in Malta and how these stand to benefit from opportunities that will arise following the international recession. The speakers consisted of a spectrum of Maltese and foreign experts who shared their views with the participants during the conference.