[toggle title=”IRC 1: Introduction to the Labour Relations Act”][table caption=”Course details” width=”650″ colwidth=”100|100|150″ colalign=”left|left|center|left|left”]
When,Where,Who Should Attend,Time,Price
5 May 2015,Durban NKR,Management and HR,09:00 – 12:00,R 955.00
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  • Unfair Dismissal
  • Organisational Rights
  • Workplace Forums
  • Strikes & Lockouts
  • Dispute Resolution

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The employment relationship in South Africa is fashioned upon a complex framework of rights derived from law and agreements struck between employers and employees.

Join our interactive training session to learn more about the origin of these laws and the essential elements to manage employment relationships within your organisation.[/toggle]

[toggle title=”IRC 2: Basic conditions & employment contracting”][table caption=”Course details” width=”650″ colwidth=”100|100|150″ colalign=”left|left|center|left|left”]
When,Where,Who Should Attend,Time,Price
12 May 2015,Durban NKR,Management and HR,09:00 – 12:00,R 955.00
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  • The law of contracts
  • Work hours
  • Overtime
  • Leave
  • Remuneration
  • Deductions

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The old Basic Conditions of Employment Act offered very little guarantee of actual basic conditions for employees.

In addition to addressing this shortfall, the new Act gives effect to the Constitutional guarantee of the right to fair labour practice, by establishing and enforcing basic conditions of employment, and by regulating the variation of said basic conditions. [/toggle]

[toggle title=”IRC 3: Discipline and dismissal”][table caption=”Course details” width=”650″ colwidth=”100|100|150″ colalign=”left|left|center|left|left”]
When,Where,Who Should Attend,Time,Price
26 May 2015,Durban NKR,Management and HR,09:00 – 12:00,R 955.00
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  • Reasons for dismissal
  • Hearings
  • Counseling
  • Employee rights
  • Employer rights

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Misconduct is bound to arise in every business at some stage. It is the responsibility of managers or responsible individuals to investigate misconduct and initiate disciplinary proceedings as per the company’s policies and procedures.

It is important to remember that misconduct, and its investigation, can lead to hostility in the workplace if these processes are not properly managed. [/toggle]

[toggle title=”IRC 4: Poor Performance”][table caption=”Course details” width=”650″ colwidth=”100|100|150″ colalign=”left|left|center|left|left”]
When,Where,Who Should Attend,Time,Price
2 June 2015,Durban NKR,Management and HR,09:00 – 12:00,R 955.00
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  • Probation
  • Counseling
  • Performance goals

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Is poor performance a punishable workplace transgression? NO! Many employers have made this costly error since the inception of the Labour Relations Act in 1995, which for the first time distinguished between misconduct (workplace misdemeanour) and incapacity (inability to perform).

The ability to correctly manage poor performance is a vital employment tool with regard to the effective and efficient management of the human resource. [/toggle]

[toggle title=”IRC 5: Retrenchment”][table caption=”Course details” width=”650″ colwidth=”100|100|150″ colalign=”left|left|center|left|left”]
When,Where,Who Should Attend,Time,Price
9 June 2015,Durban NKR,Management and HR,09:00 – 12:00,R 955.00
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  • Regulations
  • Practical steps
  • Voluntary retrenchment

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Retrenchments have always been a sensitive issue, often leading to permanent unemployment, a disrupted social and family life, a loss of self-esteem, and ill will between the employer and the former employee.

Then why do companies retrench? Why may they? If the operational requirements of an employer changes, and said changes affect the organisation’s method of business and/ or ability to retain all its employees, then it may terminate the employment of some or all of its employees, subject to a fair procedure.[/toggle]

[toggle title=”IRC 6: CCMA Conciliation & Arbitration”][table caption=”Course details” width=”650″ colwidth=”100|100|150″ colalign=”left|left|center|left|left”]
When,Where,Who Should Attend,Time,Price
16 June 2015,Durban NKR,Management and HR,09:00 – 12:00,R 955.00
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  • CCMA function
  • Conciliation
  • Arbitration
  • Con/Arb
  • Preparation

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A legal overview is provided, focusing on historical and political events that shaped South Africa’s current legal system.

The legal shift in approach to conflict resolution is highlighted, focusing on the various ‘Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR)’ procedures of today, which signifies a move away from litigation, where there is always only one victor, and consequently also always a loser. Advantages of the current ADR’s are discussed and some legal definitions are offered.[/toggle]

[toggle title=”IRC 7: Grievances & Strikes”][table caption=”Course details” width=”650″ colwidth=”100|100|150″ colalign=”left|left|center|left|left”]
When,Where,Who Should Attend,Time,Price
23 June 2015,Durban NKR,Management and HR,09:00 – 12:00,R 955.00
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  • Policies
  • Strategies
  • Documentation
  • Resolution
  • Collective action
  • Go slow

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Employee grievances can be wide ranging and vary from general dissatisfaction with wages and conditions of employment, training, promotion, or complaints about the lack of equipment and unfair treatment.

Understand and effectively apply the relevant legislation to the management of organisational conflicts; grievances and strikes.[/toggle]

 

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