5th Annual Employment Equity Compliance Conference 2020

A lack of transformation in the workplace could result in your company being deemed non-compliant. This could present serious business risks or implications in the form of fines, penalties and non-access to work. This is a 3-day intensive event encompassing cutting-edge knowledge and expertise sharing unrivalled on the local training field.

Conference Objectives
This 5th annual edition focusses on 3 main elements to improve the pace of employment equity transformation, namely;
1. Legal updates to the EE Act with focus on the 2020 bill
2. Sectorial targets and state contracts. How to make this work for you
3. Equal pay for work of equal value. Payroll transformation and income differentials made simple
What's new?
Amendments to the EE Act for 2020, sectoral targets and the 5-year plan targets.
? When will the amendments be effective?
? The EE Directorate and EE Commission view on setting sectoral targets
? Are BEE management control targets going to apply to EE targets?
? How long will organisations have to achieve these targets?
? What will the impact be if the targets are not achieved?
? What must be done to qualify for a certificate of compliance and what if it is mot issued?
? What must be done to qualify for a certificate of compliance and what if it is mot issued?
? What must be done to the employer's EE and AA plan to ensure compliance with the new provisions of s15A and s53?
? What are the latest trends and cases saying in respect of equal pay for work of equal value?
? Will the Gini coefficient multiple impact the remuneration policy and how does this get integrated?
? What are the remedies for inequitable remuneration - immediate versus eliminating these over a
reasonable period of time?
? Checklist to audit practices and include amendments.


Who should attend?
Employment Equity managers, line managers, recruitment officials, diversity officials, managing directors, HR managers, HR executives, HR practitioners, human capital managers,
transformation managers, EE forum members and trade unions, industrial relations managers, business owners, labour law practitioners, Employment Equity Committee members, anyone responsible for implementing EE in their organisation.

Date: 07 October 2020 to 09 October 2020
Time: 08:00 - 17:00
Venue: Indaba Hotel, Johannesburg
Cost: R 9 999-00 per delegate excl VAT

Contact: Herman
Company name: Nduna Project Consulting
Telephone number: +2711 037 3122 or 073 721 1505
Email address az.oc.cpanudn@ofni

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