LABOUR LAW WORKSHOP:
CHANGES AND DANGERS IN LABOUR LAW
One-day Seminar CAPE TOWN 14 May 2010
One-day Seminar JOHANNESBURG 17 March 2010
WHY THE SEMINAR?
Sweeping changes in the law affecting the use of labour brokers, contractors and probationary contracts are expected in 2010. In addition, crucially important case decisions together with the draft CCMA Guidelines: Misconduct Arbitrations have highlighted the plight of employers accused of dismissing employees unfairly.
This seminar provides much embattled employers with a comprehensive update on the legislators’ assault on Atypical Employment. It also updates employers on extremely important developments in the law of dismissal and the draft guidelines on misconduct dismissal.
DELEGATES WILL LEARN OF THE CURRENT LEGAL SITUATION AS REGARDS:
• the impending legislation on labour brokering, contracting and probation
• the draft CCMA Guidelines: Misconduct Arbitrations
• double jeopardy discipline – when is it acceptable?
• biased presiding officers
• mitigating circumstances – how important are they?
• Legislated erosion of management prerogative
• precautionary suspensions – procedures now more complex
• external representation at disciplinary hearings – the latest chapter
• destruction of the trust relationship – can you prove it?
• when employment begins – the day you sign up or the day you arrive?
• sexual harassment – when can you/must you dismiss?
RESERVATIONS: Contact Ronni on 0845217492, (011) 782-0664 or firstname.lastname@example.org
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
• HR/IR practitioners, Directors and Managers from all employers.
• Labour brokers and contractors in the security, cleaning, catering, construction, maintenance and all other contracting sectors.
• Employers that make use of labour brokers and contractors.>