Today, Labour Legislation in South Africa is one of the biggest challenges managers and businesses are faced with in South Africa.
There is a maze of legislation governing correct practices and the legislation changes constantly. Ensuring that you are familiar with the legislation and avoid having to deal with the CCMA and Labour courts vital. Furthermore, applying best practices can assist you to get the best out of your staff.
MPower Training Solutions is offering a training programme "Labour Law for the Layperson", facilitated by Mike Miles, an authority on Labour Legislation, that could answer all your questions and bring you up to date with the latest developments.
The course covers the following key topics:
Sources of Labour Law
The Common Law, The Statutory Laws – (includes BCOE Act, Bargaining Council Agreements, and Sectoral Determinations.), Codes of Good Practice & Case Law Precedent.
The Contract of Employment & Terms and Conditions of Employment
Duration, Position Offered & Job Descriptions, Remuneration, Calculation of Remuneration, Deductions from Remuneration, Hours of Work, Overtime, Leave, Restraints & Confidentiality, Relevant Statutory Legislation (Overview), Labour Relations Act, Basic Conditions of Employment Act, Employment Equity Act, Unemployment Insurance Act, Compensation for Occupational Injuries & Diseases Act, Occupational Health & Safety Act, The Dispute Resolution Process, Statutory & Non Statutory, Disputes of Right & Disputes of Interest, The CCMA, Bargaining Council & Department of Labour Dispute Resolution, The Labour Court & Labour Appeal Court.
The Law on Dismissal:
Termination of Employment, Misconduct, Incapacity, Operational Requirements, Complying with s.191 of the Labour Relations Act, The Code of Good Practice: Dismissal, Automatically Unfair Dismissals , The Law on Dealing with Trade Unions & Organisational Rights, The Law on Strikes & Lockouts, Unfair Labour Practices, Unfair Discrimination, The Law on Overtime.
To avoid disappointment book your seat today: 18 - 19 April 2012 and again 11 - 12 July 2012
Phone: 011 425 1307
Fax: 011 425 6756