The Certificate in Labour Law aims to equip delegates with the necessary labour legislation and procedures to ensure that accurate and ethical procedures are installed on returning to the workplace. Labour legislation in South Africa is one of the biggest challenges facing businesses in all industries today. There is a maze of labour legislation governing correct practices and procedures that changes on a regular basis. Implementing unsound or outdated human resource practices in the workplace can result in costly and time-consuming battles with staff down the line.
How you will benefit? You will learn to:
Develop an overview of the most commonly applicable labour legislation in the environment of small and medium businesses.
Understand the various techniques of effective labour dispute resolution.
Acquire practical skills in identifying different types of labour disputes and to conduct hearings in the workplace.
Key focus areas:
Introduction to labour law
The employment contract, basic conditions of and termination of employment
Workplace discipline and automatically unfair dismissals
Dismissal for misconduct and poor performance or incapacity
Dismissal for operational requirements, closures, mergers and sale of business
Unfair labour practice and employment equity
Who should attend?
The course is suitable for anyone who deals with employment law issues in the workplace. This includes small-business owners and managers, HR personnel, supervisors, foremen, managing partners of professional firms, franchise owners or managers and factory managers.
Matric and/or relevant industry experience.
16 July 2018
The programme fee of R9,280 (incl. VAT) covers tuition, instruction material, lunches and refreshments.
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