2 June 2020
Location and Venue:
Livestream Webinar


Tanzania Labour Law Masterclass

This Masterclass will be a Livestream Webinar. 
Participants will join the session remotely, from the comfort of their own offices. The webinar will be streamed live, directly from Tanzania in an interactive, effective and professional manner.  The presentation slides will be circulated to the participants prior to the webinar.

Labour law
in the Tanzanian context is a vast subject given the multiplicity of statutes and regulations. In short, this 1 day Masterclass is designed to provide HR managers, labour relations practitioners and line managers with advanced knowledge and skills specifically related to the Labour Law in Tanzania.

After successfully completing the masterclass, you will:

  • Understand and describe the Tanzania Employment & Labour Relations Act
  • Be clear on The Employment and Labour Relations Code of Good Practice
  • Be able to implement policies and procedures for the hiring of non-citizens
  • Be familiar with the National Employment Policy
  • Effectively deal with grievances and disputes in the workplace
  • Be able to manage discipline and dismissals in the workplace
  • Understand and deal with industrial action
  • Have a clear understanding of the Institutions Involved in Employment Matters

Designed for:

  • Personnel and HR managers
  • Employee Relations Professionals
  • Line Managers and Supervisors
  • In-house Counsel and Lawyers
  • Industrial Relations Professionals
  • Business directors

Course Content:

The Employment and Labour Relations Act

  • Employment Standards
  • Trade Unions, Employers’ Associations and Federations
  • Organisational Rights
  • Minimum Wage
  • Collective Bargaining
  • Strikes and Lockouts
  • Child Labour Prohibition
  • Dispute Resolution

The Employment and Labour Relations Code of Good Practice

The National Employment Policy

Employment of Non-Citizens

  • Non-Citizens Employment Regulation Act
  • Work Permits and Residence Permits

  • The Immigration Act

Institutions Involved in Employment Matters

  • The Labour Institutions Act and Regulations

  • Mediators and Arbitrators and Guidelines

  • Private Employment Promotion Agencies


1 Day Webinar: USD 590
Register 3 or more delegates: USD 550 per person


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Eric Frank Ringo, Principal Partner, FIN & LAW

Eric Frank RINGO is a Principal Partner at FIN & LAW, an Advocate and Chartered Arbitrator in Tanzania. Eric has over 16 years post qualifications practice focusing on Tax, Corporate, Commercial, Investment law as well as Employment Law. His practice areas include mergers and acquisitions, corporate law, banking and financial transactions, commercial contracts and project management, Public Private Partnerships and advisory of foreign investments in Tanzania. Eric regularly advises many leading domestic, regional and international companies including those listed at the Dar es Salaam Stock exchange, numerous private companies, foreign embassies and consulates and some of Tanzania’s largest State Corporations. He counsels on all aspects of Tax and Investment Law for entities setting up in Tanzania, Banking law, Public Private Partnerships as well as M&A aspects including preparing companies for sale, due diligence, transaction finance, drafting and negotiation of transaction documentation. Within company law Eric advises on restructuring and reconstruction, raising capital and shareholder agreement issues.

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FIN & LAW is a full-service and highly accredited Tanzania-based, East African law firm which owes its prestige to providing first-class legal services. The firm is anchored on core values of focusing on client satisfaction, time essence, reliability and their people. The firm has thus evolved from a general practice law firm to a specialised and focused law firm mainly on corporate, commercial, financial, tax and dispute resolution practice. The firm provides unique cutting-edge legal services and solutions to local, national and international clients. In their work, they focus on staying current with not only the legal environment in Tanzania but also business/ commercial updates and trends using knowledge not only from domestic resources but also from abroad as well. This connection of knowledge of the local and international environments offers the right solution to the clients