The trainees and the facilitators
The trainees and the facilitators
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A day’s training workshop on the effective implementation of Ghana’s Labour Act 2003, (Act 651) has been held for 16 Human Resource managers of Consolidated Bank Ghana, in Accra.

The workshop, facilitated by the Gamey and Gamey Group, was held on the theme: Weaving Labour Act 2003, Act 651 into the fabric of Human Capital Management (HCM).

Participants were taken through topics including key roles of the human capital management, communication and time asset, policies and strategy management, demands for inspirational leadership, managing workplace differences under Act 651 and ADR Act 2010,798.

A group session in progress
A group session in progress

Speaking to ADR Daily, Chief Executive Officer of Gamey and Gamey Group, Mr Austin Gamey, described the Labour Act as a dynamic legal instrument that becomes highly beneficial when woven into the policies and strategies of organisations.

It produces results that can expand businesses, reduce tension and strengthen labour management relationship, he explained.

Mr. Gamey believes that the Labour Act has to be integrated into the structure of organisations with the aim of building teamwork and strengthening social partnership between labour and management.

The team brainstormed on practical challenges
The team brainstormed on practical challenges

The Head of Talent Management, Learning and Development, Mr Emmanuel Adom, lauded the knowledge transferred through the session, saying he was convinced that the participants have been equipped with the relevant skill to effectively carry out their operations to ensure the success of their company.

“We now know the relevance of the Labour Law, the relevance of regulations in an organization, good relationship between the union and management and the fact that we are all in one boat and so the successes of the company should be the focus. We should not go to negotiation with the power play mentality but we should rather seek the interest of each other and make sure everything successful,” he said.

By Benjamin Nana Appiah/adrdaily.com

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