Two-Day National Industrial Relations and Provincial Tripartite Labour Convention on 19th & 20th May, 2016‏

Karachi: Employers’ Federation of Pakistan (EFP) in collaboration with the International Labour Organization (ILO)is organizing a Two-Day National Industrial Relations and Provincial Tripartite Labour Convention on Post Devolution Labour Law Reforms & Their Impact on Business Sustainability on 19th & 20th May, 2016 at Marriott Hotel, Karachi

After the devolution of labour to the provinces as a result of 18th Constitutional Amendment, there is strong need to develop a harmonious approach in all Provinces towards an employment and productivity oriented labor and industrial policy at the federal and provincial levels.

To respond to this need, the Employers’ Federation of Pakistan has convened a NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS and PROVINCIAL TRIPARTITE LABOUR CONVENTION on 19th and 20th of May 2016 at Marriott Hotel, Karachi. 

Federal and Provincial Ministers, Secretaries and Directors of Labour and Human Resource Departments, Workers’ Federations’ Employer Bodies and Business are being invited to attend the proceedings of the Convention.

This will be a unique platform for the stakeholders to discuss the issues and challenges confronting the future growth of business. The occasion will also help in developing a labour strategy for economic growth. 

In order to maximize the participation of stakeholders including HR, IR, Professionals, members of Business Organizations, Industrial and Trade bodies, etc., the Employers’ Federation of Pakistan takes this opportunity to offer a very special discounted package of Rs. 2,500/- per participant. Interested participants may send their names and particulars for registration on email at:

At the eve of the Tripartite Convention EFP is also organizing an “EFP Excellence Award in Best IR Practices”to recognize the efforts of large, medium and small enterprises in the area of good labour management relations. To facilitate the participation of companies and member organizations of industrial and trade bodies, a special package has been offered. 

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