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The Georgian Employers’ Association has started a cycle of labor relations trainings

The Georgian Employers’ Association, with the financial support of the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (DANIDA) and under the auspices of the International Labor Organization, has launched a series of distance trainings on labor relations for member companies during the crisis and post-crisis period.

The training cycle planned within the project, which will be attended by representatives of about 200 companies, is led by labor relations experts from the International Labor Organization (ILO).

Mr. Elguja Meladze, President of the Georgian Employers’ Association, and Kinan Bannas, Chief Technical Advisor of the International Labor Organization (ILO), addressed the participants with a welcoming speech.

As part of the training, company lawyers and human resource management managers will receive information on international best practices for resolving labor relations in times of crisis. Discussions on termination of employment, termination of employment, settlement of labor disputes, mediation and case law will also be discussed.

The Georgian Employers’ Association, with the support of international partners, will announce distance training on labor safety and other topical issues in the near future.