Retrenchment in the time of COVID-19

Start
June 5, 2020 11:00 am
End
June 5, 2020 2:00 pm
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R950.00

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

Online Workshop – Retrenchment in the time of COVID-19

Workshop Outline

  • Introduction
  • The Law Unpacked
  • Small and Large Scale Retrenchments
  • Discussion on disclosure
  • S189A explained
  • Facilitation or not?
  • Process with or without facilitator
  • Legislative framework
  • Right to strike
  • Fair Reason
  • Justifying the need to retrench
  • Economic needs
  • Technological needs
  • Structural needs
  • Similar needs
  • Substantive fairness
  • Fair procedure
  • Identifying the stakeholders
  • Notice to consult and consultation
  • Appropriate measures to avoid the dismissals
  • Appropriate measures to minimize the number
  • Appropriate measures to change the timing
  • Appropriate measures to mitigate the adverse effects
  • Severance pay
  • Providing information
  • Considering representations
  • Fair selection criteria
  • Bumping
  • Payment
  • Providing support to employees
  • Retrenchments in the time of Corona

About the Online Workshop

This 3-hour online workshop addresses key legal principles and practical advice and tools to engage in restructuring planning and subsequent retrenchment exercises during, and even after, COVID.

Who Should Attend

Human resource practitioners

Labour relations practitioners

Attorneys

Managers and Supervisors

Workshop Details

  • Date: 5 June 2020
  • Venue: Virtual (via Zoom)
  • Time: 11h00 – 14h00
  • Workshop Price: R 950 (Excluding VAT)

All public courses are subject to minimum delegate numbers

About the Facilitator

Grant Wilkinson was a BUSA and CAPES representative at the Parliamentary process for Labour Law Amendments of 2014/5. A practicing attorney, Grant uses his 17 years of specialist labour law experience combined with commercial business skills obtained in various roles to unpack critical skills and decision making required to ensure a legally compliant and efficient restructuring process. Having been involved in many turnaround strategies and retrenchment exercises large and small Grant provides practical insight in this taxing space.

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Event Details

Start
June 5, 2020 11:00 am
End
June 5, 2020 2:00 pm
Address
Online   View map

R950.00

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

Online Workshop – Retrenchment in the time of COVID-19

Workshop Outline

  • Introduction
  • The Law Unpacked
  • Small and Large Scale Retrenchments
  • Discussion on disclosure
  • S189A explained
  • Facilitation or not?
  • Process with or without facilitator
  • Legislative framework
  • Right to strike
  • Fair Reason
  • Justifying the need to retrench
  • Economic needs
  • Technological needs
  • Structural needs
  • Similar needs
  • Substantive fairness
  • Fair procedure
  • Identifying the stakeholders
  • Notice to consult and consultation
  • Appropriate measures to avoid the dismissals
  • Appropriate measures to minimize the number
  • Appropriate measures to change the timing
  • Appropriate measures to mitigate the adverse effects
  • Severance pay
  • Providing information
  • Considering representations
  • Fair selection criteria
  • Bumping
  • Payment
  • Providing support to employees
  • Retrenchments in the time of Corona

About the Online Workshop

This 3-hour online workshop addresses key legal principles and practical advice and tools to engage in restructuring planning and subsequent retrenchment exercises during, and even after, COVID.

Who Should Attend

Human resource practitioners

Labour relations practitioners

Attorneys

Managers and Supervisors

Workshop Details

  • Date: 5 June 2020
  • Venue: Virtual (via Zoom)
  • Time: 11h00 – 14h00
  • Workshop Price: R 950 (Excluding VAT)

All public courses are subject to minimum delegate numbers

About the Facilitator

Grant Wilkinson was a BUSA and CAPES representative at the Parliamentary process for Labour Law Amendments of 2014/5. A practicing attorney, Grant uses his 17 years of specialist labour law experience combined with commercial business skills obtained in various roles to unpack critical skills and decision making required to ensure a legally compliant and efficient restructuring process. Having been involved in many turnaround strategies and retrenchment exercises large and small Grant provides practical insight in this taxing space.

Category:

Status

Event Details

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

Online Workshop – Retrenchment in the time of COVID-19

Workshop Outline

  • Introduction
  • The Law Unpacked
  • Small and Large Scale Retrenchments
  • Discussion on disclosure
  • S189A explained
  • Facilitation or not?
  • Process with or without facilitator
  • Legislative framework
  • Right to strike
  • Fair Reason
  • Justifying the need to retrench
  • Economic needs
  • Technological needs
  • Structural needs
  • Similar needs
  • Substantive fairness
  • Fair procedure
  • Identifying the stakeholders
  • Notice to consult and consultation
  • Appropriate measures to avoid the dismissals
  • Appropriate measures to minimize the number
  • Appropriate measures to change the timing
  • Appropriate measures to mitigate the adverse effects
  • Severance pay
  • Providing information
  • Considering representations
  • Fair selection criteria
  • Bumping
  • Payment
  • Providing support to employees
  • Retrenchments in the time of Corona

About the Online Workshop

This 3-hour online workshop addresses key legal principles and practical advice and tools to engage in restructuring planning and subsequent retrenchment exercises during, and even after, COVID.

Who Should Attend

Human resource practitioners

Labour relations practitioners

Attorneys

Managers and Supervisors

Workshop Details

  • Date: 5 June 2020
  • Venue: Virtual (via Zoom)
  • Time: 11h00 – 14h00
  • Workshop Price: R 950 (Excluding VAT)

All public courses are subject to minimum delegate numbers

About the Facilitator

Grant Wilkinson was a BUSA and CAPES representative at the Parliamentary process for Labour Law Amendments of 2014/5. A practicing attorney, Grant uses his 17 years of specialist labour law experience combined with commercial business skills obtained in various roles to unpack critical skills and decision making required to ensure a legally compliant and efficient restructuring process. Having been involved in many turnaround strategies and retrenchment exercises large and small Grant provides practical insight in this taxing space.

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