The Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities (PACU) will hold a human resource seminar on January 30 and 31 at the University of Cebu Banilad Campus in Cebu City.
PACU program committee chairman Dr. Caroline Marian Enriquez said the seminar would tackle laws and issues in preparation for Asean is the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) 2015 and K-to-12.
Issues for discussion are Human Resource Management and Asean Integration: The Role of Communication; Asean Community Building: CHED’s Action and Activities; Avoiding Legal Pitfalls in Crafting Employment Contracts in Private Schools, among others.
“Under Asean, human resources will be able to move around the region freer. The key question for human resource person is how to manage flow of people in and out the organization over borderlines, and how to adapt people management practice to cope with the changing nature of workplace,” Enriquez said.
She pointed out that as a result of differences among cultures, “the integration should affect each member-state differently. For that reason, to learn and compare HR practice adaptation of each country may benefit in preparation for Asean in 2015.”
The seminar regular rate is P3,800 while the early-bird rate is P3,500 for those who will register and pay on or before January 17.
The fee shall cover tuition, certificate, course materials, lunch and coffee breaks.
Check payments should be made payable to PACU’s savings account number 0381-009093-002 at the Security Bank branch on San Miguel Avenue in Pasig.
PACU is one of the five member associations of Cocopea (Coordinating Council of Private Educational Associations), which is the unifying voice of private education in the Philippines with more than 2,000 institutions.
For more information on the seminar, please call the PACU Secretariat at +63 (2) 638-5635.