India’s Maternity Benefit Bill, 2016

7
December
Wednesday
8:30 AM
7
December
Wednesday
9:30 AM

India’s Maternity Benefit Bill, 2016

India is on the brink of passing an historic Maternity Benefits Bill which, among other things, will extend maternity leave for women from 12 to 26 weeks. Join USIBC and employment law experts Pooja Ramchandani and Vaibhav Bhardwaj from Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas for a conference call to discuss the details of this law and the expected impact it will have on employers throughout the country.

About the Speakers
Ms. Pooja Ramchandani is a Partner at Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co where she works on matters pertaining to employment law advisory including advise on hiring, termination and transfer of employees; standardization of templates for appointment letters, employment agreements, confidentiality and non disclosure agreements, release letters and full & final settlement letters; creation and review of human resource policies; compliance with applicable labor legislations including conduct of compliance audits at establishments and factories; undertaking of investigations relating to employee matters including ethics violations, employee misconduct, fraud and sexual harassment; contract labor arrangements, secondment agreements and consultancy agreements; employment / contractual arrangements for senior employees / directors of companies; and general corporate advisory.
 
Mr. Vaibhav Bhardwaj presently works with the Mergers and Acquisition Team and specialises in employment law. At the firm, he works on matters pertaining to employment law advisory including advice on hiring, termination and transfer of employees; standardisation of templates for appointment letters, employment agreements, confidentiality and non-disclosure agreements, release letters and full & final settlement letters; creation and review of human resource policies; compliance with applicable labour legislations including conduct of compliance audits at establishments and factories; undertaking of investigations relating to employee matters including ethics violations, employee misconduct, fraud and sexual harassment.
 

For questions, please write to Brandon Banner (bbanner@usibc.com).