The State, through its human resource administration and social development system, bears a heavy responsibility in the social field, most importantly to safeguard the fundamental human rights of workers and, in particular, to ensure respect of the minimum age for admission to employment, abolition of forced labour, freedom of association, the right to collective bargaining, non-discrimination, and equal remuneration for work of equal value.
To provide consultancy support to employer and HR staff, on the basis of improved information about both the employer and HR staff needs and working requirements.
To undertake review and enhancement of Human Resources systems, processes, procedures and policies using the principles of continuous quality improvement.
Human Resource & Social Development Sub-Committee is working with the view to resolve the problems related to Human Resource & Social Development and making efforts to improve the flock of workers in the country and urged them to setup efforts for socio-economic development of Pakistan.
Human Resource & Social Development Sub-Committee strongly believes in the fundamental importance of good governance in the country at all levels of development, for effective and equitable participation in the global economy. The basic principles, which we believe must guide globalization, are democracy, social equity, respect for human rights and the rule of law. These need to be reflected in institutions, rules and political systems within countries, and respected by all sectors of society.
The Sub-Committee puts stress on economic growth, which is the primary source for creating sustainable employment opportunities.
The Committee initiates steps to generate sufficient employment opportunities to absorb rising labour force both in the formal and informal sectors of the economy.
The Committee takes actions on received complaint/cases pertaining to Human Resource & Social Development. In this regard, the Sub-Committee takes up the issues/matters to govt. quarters concerned for getting them solved.
The Committee also puts efforts in establishing effective relationships between the employer and the staff.
The Committee ensures that complete and comprehensive policy framework has been established for risk management, safety and health issues.
The Committee helps employers in developing positive interactions between workers, to ensure collated and constructive enterprise productivity and development of improved relationships and healthy organizational structure.
The Sub-Committee urged and also approached that training course should be designed for the mid level functionaries, trainers/professionals from the Government, Semi Government organizations, working under the Ministries of Labour and also suggested that the existing labour laws have become out dated and needs to be reviewed to make them compatible with the present era of globalization, where social barriers are required to be met by every export oriented industry. Old and obsolete provisions of the existing labour laws are creating a great deal of hardship in running industry.