HR, Admin and Compliance Professionals (HAC) is a platform for human resource development in garment Sector established in 2016 and now it has more than 250 members. HAC organizes re-union, annual get together, workshop, seminar, social work and discussion program etc.
Recently, HAC arranged a get together and seminar program on 22 December, 2017 at hotel Royal Cuisine in the city. More than 300 compliance professionals from renowned garments industry attended there.
Honorable Chief Guest, Mohammed Nasir, Vice President, BGMEA said, “It is the best platform for compliance professionals. I hope this organization will contribute to achieve 50 billion dollar export target by 2021”.
He said that production cost is increased more than 80 percent due to Accord and Alliance whereas buyers are now offering 5 percent decreased price than before. Mentioning a survey report, Mr. Nasir said, “Every year 1 trillion dollar we loss for lower productivity of workers due to mentality problem or barriers. I think compliance department will give support to our workers”.
HAC president and General Manager (HR& Compliance), MTL Group, Meer Main Hossain said, “HAC is an example of brotherhood, special tribe and harbinger of change in RMG Sector. Very soon, we will launch our training center for HR and compliance professionals”.
HAC General Secretary and DGM (Compliance), Snowtex Group, A.H.M Kamruzzaman Chowdhury thanked all participants and said, “85 percent financial success depends on compliance of any industry. I hope for safety and compliance issue, no compromise with industry owners”.
At the end of the program, some experienced compliance professionals are rewarded. Mr. Golam Mostofa, Executive Director, GMS Knit Composite Ltd; Mr. M.A Taher, Chairman, Sangu Group; Mr.Shohel Sadat, Chairman, Shin Shin Group; Mr. Helal Uddin, Managing Director, JCL group and Shahin Mahmud, Sr, General Manger, Masco Group were also present at the get together program.
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