Labour and Trade Union Conference is an annual conference that started in the year 2013. We are now on the 4th Annual conference. The conference is attended by Labour Leaders, Unionist, Management Staffs, Industrial Relation Practitioner, and Student Union Activist. In the past four years Management and Union Leader archive like NEPZA, University Of Lagos, Federal University, Kashere (Gombe State), Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation etc. has actively participated in the past events. The event is sponsor by Centre for Public Service Productivity and Development, NEPZA etc.
Centre for Public Service Productivity and Development
CPSPD is registered on 11th December 2008 with Rc 30518 among it view is to promote productivity in organization through harmonious Management –Labour Relations.
To complement the effort of government and International agencies such as International Labour Organization (ILO), United Nation Development Programme.(UNDP), United Nations Conference for Trade and Development (UNCTAD), Asia Productivity Organization (APO), European Association of National Productivity Centre (EANPC), Pan African Productivity Association (PAPA), etc the Centre for Public Sector Productivity and Development (CPSPD) was registered as a nongovernmental and non - profit organization as a world class productivity centre in Africa. The first of its kind in Africa.
The centrality of Productivity to all sectors of the Africa economy calls for concerted efforts and measures to reverse the declining trends in the productivity of third world economies. Hence the intervention of CPSPD.
Nigeria Export Processing Zones Authority
NEPZA was establish established in 1992 following the enactment of the Nigeria Export Processing Zones Act 63, of 1992. It has achieved tremendously in the area of export promotion in Nigeria, the management believe that productivity can only be sustained through coordinal relation between union and management.
The Agency is responsible for promoting and facilitating local and international investments into licenced Free Zones in Nigeria.
The Free Zone scheme was set up to strategically improve the investment climate by stimulating export oriented business activities through strengthening strategic national economic policies, streamlining administrative approval processes and providing a one-stop-shop service for businesses both within and outside Nigeria.