Employment Equity

Start
April 21, 2020 8:30 am
End
April 22, 2020 9:00 am
Address
Port Elizabeth   View map

R4,700.00

Empowering Supplier
Level 2 B-BBEE Contributor
53% Black Owned
More than 51% Black Women Owned

EMPLOYMENT
EQUITY

Workshop Outline

  • Overview of the EE Act and regulations
  • Establishing, capacitating and managing an EE committee
  • Designing, developing and documenting an EE plan
  • A model for testing whether a policy or practice amounts to discrimination
  • Roles and responsibilities of an EE Committee
  • Statutory and reporting requirements
  • Strategies for equitable representation of designated persons
  • Addressing the matter of equal pay for work of equal value
  • How to address the matter of sectoral targets
  • Compliance certificates and managing risk
  • BBBEE, EE Act and Skills Development Act alignment
  • Case law

About the Workshop

This intensive and comprehensive programme has achieved great success by capacitating and guiding HR, transformation, line management and unions in the procedural and substantive compliance and optimisation practices to ensure a sustainable and successful employment equity function. The programme incorporates the recent and pending legislative amendments as well as case law and how to integrate these proactively into policies and plans..

 

This programme is aligned to the following
Unit Standard:

 

Participate in the implementation and utilisation of equity
related processes
(Unit Standard ID 10983 NQF4 – 5 Credits)

Who Should Attend

Shop stewards, Line Managers, EE Managers, EE Committee Members and HR Managers

Workshop Details

Port Elizabeth: 21-22 April 2020
Venue: Global Business Solutions
Time: 08h30 for 09h00
Workshop Price: R 4 700 (Excluding VAT)
POE Submission: R 900 (Excluding VAT)
Optional – SSETA Accreditation
R 1 450 (Excluding VAT)
Optional – SABPP Accreditation

 

All public courses are subject to minimum delegate numbers

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Event Details

Start
April 21, 2020 8:30 am
End
April 22, 2020 9:00 am
Address
Port Elizabeth   View map

R4,700.00

Empowering Supplier
Level 2 B-BBEE Contributor
53% Black Owned
More than 51% Black Women Owned

EMPLOYMENT
EQUITY

Workshop Outline

  • Overview of the EE Act and regulations
  • Establishing, capacitating and managing an EE committee
  • Designing, developing and documenting an EE plan
  • A model for testing whether a policy or practice amounts to discrimination
  • Roles and responsibilities of an EE Committee
  • Statutory and reporting requirements
  • Strategies for equitable representation of designated persons
  • Addressing the matter of equal pay for work of equal value
  • How to address the matter of sectoral targets
  • Compliance certificates and managing risk
  • BBBEE, EE Act and Skills Development Act alignment
  • Case law

About the Workshop

This intensive and comprehensive programme has achieved great success by capacitating and guiding HR, transformation, line management and unions in the procedural and substantive compliance and optimisation practices to ensure a sustainable and successful employment equity function. The programme incorporates the recent and pending legislative amendments as well as case law and how to integrate these proactively into policies and plans..

 

This programme is aligned to the following
Unit Standard:

 

Participate in the implementation and utilisation of equity
related processes
(Unit Standard ID 10983 NQF4 – 5 Credits)

Who Should Attend

Shop stewards, Line Managers, EE Managers, EE Committee Members and HR Managers

Workshop Details

Port Elizabeth: 21-22 April 2020
Venue: Global Business Solutions
Time: 08h30 for 09h00
Workshop Price: R 4 700 (Excluding VAT)
POE Submission: R 900 (Excluding VAT)
Optional – SSETA Accreditation
R 1 450 (Excluding VAT)
Optional – SABPP Accreditation

 

All public courses are subject to minimum delegate numbers

Categories: ,

Status

Event Details

Empowering Supplier
Level 2 B-BBEE Contributor
53% Black Owned
More than 51% Black Women Owned

EMPLOYMENT
EQUITY

Workshop Outline

  • Overview of the EE Act and regulations
  • Establishing, capacitating and managing an EE committee
  • Designing, developing and documenting an EE plan
  • A model for testing whether a policy or practice amounts to discrimination
  • Roles and responsibilities of an EE Committee
  • Statutory and reporting requirements
  • Strategies for equitable representation of designated persons
  • Addressing the matter of equal pay for work of equal value
  • How to address the matter of sectoral targets
  • Compliance certificates and managing risk
  • BBBEE, EE Act and Skills Development Act alignment
  • Case law

About the Workshop

This intensive and comprehensive programme has achieved great success by capacitating and guiding HR, transformation, line management and unions in the procedural and substantive compliance and optimisation practices to ensure a sustainable and successful employment equity function. The programme incorporates the recent and pending legislative amendments as well as case law and how to integrate these proactively into policies and plans..

 

This programme is aligned to the following
Unit Standard:

 

Participate in the implementation and utilisation of equity
related processes
(Unit Standard ID 10983 NQF4 – 5 Credits)

Who Should Attend

Shop stewards, Line Managers, EE Managers, EE Committee Members and HR Managers

Workshop Details

Port Elizabeth: 21-22 April 2020
Venue: Global Business Solutions
Time: 08h30 for 09h00
Workshop Price: R 4 700 (Excluding VAT)
POE Submission: R 900 (Excluding VAT)
Optional – SSETA Accreditation
R 1 450 (Excluding VAT)
Optional – SABPP Accreditation

 

All public courses are subject to minimum delegate numbers

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