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Labour Relations Generalist

Start
March 30, 2020 8:30 am
End
March 30, 2020 9:00 am
Address
Durban   View map

R3,300.00

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

Labour
Relations
Generalist

Workshop Outline

  • Understand the inter-relationship between the primary labour laws and their relative status to each other
  • Formulate employment contracts and policies that align with the provisions of labour law and business requirements
  • Be confident in advising line managers in respect of misconduct and incapacity as well as the correct procedures in dealing with these
  • Ensure that substantive fairness requirements are met in respect of both misconduct and incapacity
  • Understand the legal requirements in respect of fixed-term contracts and TES
  • Break condonation and implement policies consistently and fairly
  • Know what options there are to litigation and the risks inherent in different types of dismissals
  • Deal with specific offences such as substances, desertion, harassment and bullying, polygraphs and the like
  • Understand the impact of equal pay for work of equal value and equal treatment
  • What weight does a full and final settlement really carry?
  • Managing incapacity due to ill-health and poor performance and knowing how long these processes should be
  • Much more !

About the Workshop

This programme will equip learners with the required knowledge on all primary areas of labour relations and understand how recent legislative developments need to be addressed. In addition, the facilitator will impart learning at a practical and operational level in order to give delegates a sense of confidence brought on by sharing of actual cases and experience at the workplace in dealing with these matters.

Who Should Attend

Intermediate and basic level Labour Relations Practitioners, Human Resources Generalist, Union representatives

Workshop Details

  • Durban: 4 March 2020
  • Venue: TBC
  • Time: 08h30 for 09h00
  • Workshop Price: R 3 300 (Excluding VAT)

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

Modules

Module 1: The legislative framework and inter-dependencies

  • The Labour Relations Act
  • The Employment Equity Act
  • The Skills Development Act
  • The Basic Conditions of Employment Act
    (including parental leave provisions)
  • The Skills Development Levies Act
  • The UIF, COID and NQF Acts

 

Module 2: The Employment Contract and Policy Essentials

  • The indefinite employee
  • The part-time employee
  • The fixed-term employee
  • The TES employee
  • The probationary employee
  • The casual employee
  • The YES youth, the Learner and the Intern
  • Policy alignment

 

Module 3: Misconduct

  • Procedural fairness
  • Substantive fairness
  • Evidence and burden of proof
  • Drafting charges
  • Different sanctions and protocols
  • Breaking condonation

Module 4: Incapacity

  • Procedural fairness
  • Substantive fairness
  • Process up to investigation prior to dismissal
  • Focus on long-term incapacity and poor performance

 

Module 5: Operational requirements

  • Grounds for legitimate restructuring
  • Minor versus large restructuring
  • Policy changes and consultation requirements
  • Settlements and options other thandismissal

 

Module 6: Dealing with specific matters

  • Under the influence of prohibited substances including cannabis
  • Desertion
  • Harassment and bullying
  • Polygraphs
  • Fairly implementing changes to employment conditions
  • Equal pay for work of equal value and equal treatment
  • Latest matters for negotiation at NEDLAC and the impact on the workplace

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Event Details

This event has passed
Start
March 30, 2020 8:30 am
End
March 30, 2020 9:00 am
Address
Durban   View map

R3,300.00

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

Labour
Relations
Generalist

Workshop Outline

  • Understand the inter-relationship between the primary labour laws and their relative status to each other
  • Formulate employment contracts and policies that align with the provisions of labour law and business requirements
  • Be confident in advising line managers in respect of misconduct and incapacity as well as the correct procedures in dealing with these
  • Ensure that substantive fairness requirements are met in respect of both misconduct and incapacity
  • Understand the legal requirements in respect of fixed-term contracts and TES
  • Break condonation and implement policies consistently and fairly
  • Know what options there are to litigation and the risks inherent in different types of dismissals
  • Deal with specific offences such as substances, desertion, harassment and bullying, polygraphs and the like
  • Understand the impact of equal pay for work of equal value and equal treatment
  • What weight does a full and final settlement really carry?
  • Managing incapacity due to ill-health and poor performance and knowing how long these processes should be
  • Much more !

About the Workshop

This programme will equip learners with the required knowledge on all primary areas of labour relations and understand how recent legislative developments need to be addressed. In addition, the facilitator will impart learning at a practical and operational level in order to give delegates a sense of confidence brought on by sharing of actual cases and experience at the workplace in dealing with these matters.

Who Should Attend

Intermediate and basic level Labour Relations Practitioners, Human Resources Generalist, Union representatives

Workshop Details

  • Durban: 4 March 2020
  • Venue: TBC
  • Time: 08h30 for 09h00
  • Workshop Price: R 3 300 (Excluding VAT)

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

Modules

Module 1: The legislative framework and inter-dependencies

  • The Labour Relations Act
  • The Employment Equity Act
  • The Skills Development Act
  • The Basic Conditions of Employment Act
    (including parental leave provisions)
  • The Skills Development Levies Act
  • The UIF, COID and NQF Acts

 

Module 2: The Employment Contract and Policy Essentials

  • The indefinite employee
  • The part-time employee
  • The fixed-term employee
  • The TES employee
  • The probationary employee
  • The casual employee
  • The YES youth, the Learner and the Intern
  • Policy alignment

 

Module 3: Misconduct

  • Procedural fairness
  • Substantive fairness
  • Evidence and burden of proof
  • Drafting charges
  • Different sanctions and protocols
  • Breaking condonation

Module 4: Incapacity

  • Procedural fairness
  • Substantive fairness
  • Process up to investigation prior to dismissal
  • Focus on long-term incapacity and poor performance

 

Module 5: Operational requirements

  • Grounds for legitimate restructuring
  • Minor versus large restructuring
  • Policy changes and consultation requirements
  • Settlements and options other thandismissal

 

Module 6: Dealing with specific matters

  • Under the influence of prohibited substances including cannabis
  • Desertion
  • Harassment and bullying
  • Polygraphs
  • Fairly implementing changes to employment conditions
  • Equal pay for work of equal value and equal treatment
  • Latest matters for negotiation at NEDLAC and the impact on the workplace
Category:

Status

Event Details

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

Labour
Relations
Generalist

Workshop Outline

  • Understand the inter-relationship between the primary labour laws and their relative status to each other
  • Formulate employment contracts and policies that align with the provisions of labour law and business requirements
  • Be confident in advising line managers in respect of misconduct and incapacity as well as the correct procedures in dealing with these
  • Ensure that substantive fairness requirements are met in respect of both misconduct and incapacity
  • Understand the legal requirements in respect of fixed-term contracts and TES
  • Break condonation and implement policies consistently and fairly
  • Know what options there are to litigation and the risks inherent in different types of dismissals
  • Deal with specific offences such as substances, desertion, harassment and bullying, polygraphs and the like
  • Understand the impact of equal pay for work of equal value and equal treatment
  • What weight does a full and final settlement really carry?
  • Managing incapacity due to ill-health and poor performance and knowing how long these processes should be
  • Much more !

About the Workshop

This programme will equip learners with the required knowledge on all primary areas of labour relations and understand how recent legislative developments need to be addressed. In addition, the facilitator will impart learning at a practical and operational level in order to give delegates a sense of confidence brought on by sharing of actual cases and experience at the workplace in dealing with these matters.

Who Should Attend

Intermediate and basic level Labour Relations Practitioners, Human Resources Generalist, Union representatives

Workshop Details

  • Durban: 4 March 2020
  • Venue: TBC
  • Time: 08h30 for 09h00
  • Workshop Price: R 3 300 (Excluding VAT)

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

Modules

Module 1: The legislative framework and inter-dependencies

  • The Labour Relations Act
  • The Employment Equity Act
  • The Skills Development Act
  • The Basic Conditions of Employment Act
    (including parental leave provisions)
  • The Skills Development Levies Act
  • The UIF, COID and NQF Acts

 

Module 2: The Employment Contract and Policy Essentials

  • The indefinite employee
  • The part-time employee
  • The fixed-term employee
  • The TES employee
  • The probationary employee
  • The casual employee
  • The YES youth, the Learner and the Intern
  • Policy alignment

 

Module 3: Misconduct

  • Procedural fairness
  • Substantive fairness
  • Evidence and burden of proof
  • Drafting charges
  • Different sanctions and protocols
  • Breaking condonation

Module 4: Incapacity

  • Procedural fairness
  • Substantive fairness
  • Process up to investigation prior to dismissal
  • Focus on long-term incapacity and poor performance

 

Module 5: Operational requirements

  • Grounds for legitimate restructuring
  • Minor versus large restructuring
  • Policy changes and consultation requirements
  • Settlements and options other thandismissal

 

Module 6: Dealing with specific matters

  • Under the influence of prohibited substances including cannabis
  • Desertion
  • Harassment and bullying
  • Polygraphs
  • Fairly implementing changes to employment conditions
  • Equal pay for work of equal value and equal treatment
  • Latest matters for negotiation at NEDLAC and the impact on the workplace
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