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Labour law

Individuals: R 885.50 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 3 hrs

Presenter: Johan du Preez


Overview:

This comprehensive course gives detailed insight into discipline in the workplace. The course will teach line managers how to effectively chair a disciplinary hearing in line with the principles of fairness and equity as envisaged by the Labour Relations Act. Issues on poor performance such as tardiness, idleness, inefficiency and laziness are also covered


Course Content:

Introduction to and scope of labour law Relevant legislation Collective and individual labour law The service contract Dismissal processes for misconduct, work performance, ill health and retrenchment Transfer of employees


Course Objective:

Attendees will gain knowledge on how to reprimand employees in the workplace based on the Basic Conditions of Employment Act in a fair and equal manner.


Who Should Attend?

Officials involved with labour relations in the workplace CPD attendees

Individuals: R 517.50 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Yvonne Rossouw


Overview:

With all the challenges faced by business in the last two years, dismissals of employees may have been unavoidable. Whether retrenchment due to financial problems, or dismissal due to misconduct in the recent unrests, employers must ensure that they follow the correct procedures when dismissing employees, or they may face payments imposed by the CCMA With employees standing up for their rights more and more, this has become a major dilemma for most companies, leading to large pay-outs to employees and increased cost in defending the company in any legal proceedings. To avoid these unnecessary costs is easy. Join us in this informative session as we discuss the requirements of the Labour Relations Act, and look at the practical implications on business and employers


Course Content:

� What is dismissal? � What is an unfair dismissal? � What disciplinary procedures can you adopt and implement to ensure a fair process when dismissal is necessary? � Dismissal due to misconduct o Recent unrest and employees involvement � Dismissal due to incapacity o COVID 19 impact � Dismissal due to operational requirements o COVID 19 impact � Automatically unfair dismissals � Remedies applicable if unfair dismissal occurred � Labour court and labour appeal court judgements and examples on unfair dismissal and unfair discrimination


Course Objective:


Who Should Attend?

ALL employers and HR managers

Individuals: R 437.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Yvonne Rossouw


Overview:

Employees are probably the biggest asset for any company, but are you aware of the legal and tax implications that comes with them? For all companies, the legal concerns around employment can become a headache, and employees who do not understand their rights are disadvantaged. This is part 1 of an 9-part series that will take an in detail look at all the legal requirements around employment and the implications on employers and employees.


Course Content:

Our upcoming webinar will focus on a summarised explanation of all the labour laws including: Basic Conditions of Employment Act National minimum Wage Act Labour Relations Act Employment Equity Act Unemployment Insurance Act Skills Development Act Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act Tax matters: o 4th Schedule � PAYE o Employee VS Independent contractor o 7th Schedule � Fringe benefits and the impact on PAYE o Learnership incentives o Employment Tax Incentive o Non-executive directors PLEASE NOTE: this is not a detailed session on any of these topics, but rather an introductory session for the 7 detailed sessions to follow


Course Objective:


Who Should Attend?

This series will benefit all HR departments, employees, management as well as accountants and auditors who need to obtain an understanding of the labour laws.

Individuals: R 437.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Yvonne Rossouw


Overview:

Employees are probably the biggest asset for any company, but are you aware of the tax implications that comes with them? From registering and paying PAYE, to receiving tax incentives, taxation is a large part of managing your employee force. Join us for part 2 of this 9-part series that will explain the tax implications of employees in detail.


Course Content:

In session 2, we take a look at the following tax implications: 4th Schedule PAYE o Registration o Calculation o Inclusions and exclusions o Payment o Consequences of non-payment Employee VS Independent contractor 7th Schedule Fringe benefits and the impact on PAYE o Inclusions in monthly PAYE o Impact on yearly tax return submission Learnership incentives


Course Objective:


Who Should Attend?

This series will benefit all HR departments, employees, management as well as accountants and auditors who need to obtain an understanding of the labour laws.

Individuals: R 437.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Yvonne Rossouw


Overview:

During 2017, significant changes took place in how directors are treated for income tax and VAT purposes. As such, different directors are treated differently by their employers and companies, and some have further tax liabilities in their personal capacity. Join us for part 3 of this 9-part series, where we will be looking at the income tax and VAT implications for all directors, as well as the impact these changes may have on their companies as employers.


Course Content:

Our upcoming webinar will focus on the following aspects: Definition of director o Executive director o Non-executive director Income tax implications for directors o Salaries o Fringe benefits o Deductions allowed o Loans to and from the company o Provisional taxes VAT implications for directors o When does a NED become liable to register for VAT? o How must the value of taxable supplies be calculated? o Where must a person register? o What documents must be submitted with an application? o Basic VAT principles o Time of supply o Value of supply o Tax period o Invoice vs Payment basis o What input deductions can a NED claim? o Document requirements Impact on employers o PAYE


Course Objective:


Who Should Attend?

Whether you are a Non-Executive director, executive director, tax practitioner, or payroll administrator this session will ensure your compliance with the Tax legislation.

Individuals: R 437.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Yvonne Rossouw


Overview:

Employees are probably the biggest asset for any company, but are you aware of the basic rights that employees are provided with? Join us for part 4 of this 9-part series that will explain the basic rights of employees in detail.


Course Content:

In session 4, we take a look at the following: Basic Conditions of Employment Act o Working hours o Leave o Sick leave and maternity leave o Paternity and adoption leave o Overtime o Contracts and payslips National Minimum Wage Act Summary of sectoral determinations How the SAICA and SAIPA contracts are impacted by these Acts


Course Objective:


Who Should Attend?

This series will benefit all HR departments, employees, management as well as accountants and auditors who need to obtain an understanding of the labour laws.

Individuals: R 437.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Yvonne Rossouw


Overview:

Employees are probably the biggest asset for any company, but do you know the procedures to follow to ensure that dismissals of employees are not unfair? With employees standing up for their rights more and more, this has become a major dilemma for most companies, leading to large pay-outs to employees and increased cost in defending the company in any legal proceedings. To avoid these unnecessary costs is easy. Ensure that you are up to date with the labour relations act in terms of unfair dismissal and have evidence in proceedings as to why an employee was dismissed and whether or not the right procedures were followed. Join us for part 5 of this 9-part series where will look at the reasons for fair dismissal, as well the procedure to follow to ensure that the employee does not have a reason to complain to the CCMA.


Course Content:

In session 5, we take a look at the following: What is dismissal? What is an unfair dismissal? What disciplinary procedures can you adopt and implement to ensure a fair process when dismissal is necessary? Dismissal due to misconduct Dismissal due to incapacity Dismissal due to operational requirements Automatically unfair dismissals Remedies applicable if unfair dismissal occurred Labour court and labour appeal court judgements and examples on unfair dismissal and unfair discrimination


Course Objective:


Who Should Attend?

This series will benefit all HR departments, employees, management as well as accountants and auditors who need to obtain an understanding of the labour laws.

Individuals: R 437.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Yvonne Rossouw


Overview:

Strike action taken by employees can bring a business to its knees. Are you aware of your right as an employer during a strike? The Labour Relations Act provides for aggrieved employees to take action in the form of a strike, but certain rules must be adhered to for the strike to be legal. If not, employers are allowed to take steps against these employees, including lock out and in serious cases, dismissal. Join me for this two our session as we go through the dangerous landscape that regulates strikes in South Africa.


Course Content:

The following will be covered during this session: Employees right to strike as a constitutional right o Protected strike vs Unprotected strike Employers recourse of lock out o Protected lock out vs Unprotected lock out o Replacement labour Limitation on the right to strike and the recourse of lock out What is a secondary strike Picketing Essential services, minimum services and maintenance services


Course Objective:


Who Should Attend?

This session will be beneficial to all employers, HR departments and any other interested party with regards to strikes.

Individuals: R 437.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Yvonne Rossouw


Overview:

Are you aware of your responsibilities as an employer in terms of the employment equity act? All designated employers must implement affirmative action and ensure equity within the workplace. But who is a designated employer and what exactly are the responsibilities? Join me for this two our session as we go through the employment equity act and the implications for employers.


Course Content:

The following will be covered during this session: Equality vs Equity in the workplace Who is a designated employer What is affirmative action The employment equity plan o Identify employment barriers o Identify reasonable accommodation o Representation, retention and development o Content of employment equity plan and example Penalties and non-compliance


Course Objective:


Who Should Attend?

This session will be beneficial to all employers, HR departments and any other interested party.

Individuals: R 437.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Yvonne Rossouw


Overview:

Are you aware of your responsibilities as an employer in terms of the sundry employment Acts? UIF, SDL and the COIDA places various responsibilities on employers to register and pay certain amounts on a monthly basis based on their workforce. Join me for this two our session as we go through these Act and the implications for employers as well as employees.


Course Content:

The following will be covered during this session: UIF o Application o Contributions to fund o Claiming benefits o Different benefits under UIF o Calculation of benefits o Documents to complete o Suspension of benefits o Duties of employer and information to be submitted o Penalties and interests for employers SDL o Purpose of the act and application o The status of the SETA�s o Learnership agreements o Skills programmes o Levy to be paid o SETA refunds o Duties of employer and information to be submitted o Penalties and interest for employers COID o Right of employee to compensation o What is covered from fund o Employers liability o Claims process o Obligations of employer to register and pay levies o Offences and penalties


Course Objective:


Who Should Attend?

This session will be beneficial to all employees, employers, HR departments and any other interested party.

Individuals: R 437.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 1 hrs

Presenter: Tania Rhode


Overview:

This 4-part series will cover the following: 1. What is the WSP/ATR (Annual Training Report)/PIVOTAL Reports and the benefits to companies for submitting this to the SETA�s on an annual basis? 2. Unpacking the process of gathering all the data, compiling and submission to the relevant SETA. 3. Understanding what the OFO code is and how to link it to the occupation 4. Roles and Responsibilities of the Training Committee and the SDF; Understanding accredited vs unaccredited training


Course Content:

The role of the SDF in the WSP submission process The role of the Training Committee Accredited vs Unaccredited courses


Course Objective:

To gain a full understanding of WSP/ATR submission process


Who Should Attend?

Skills Development Facilitators (SDF), Training, HR, B-BBEE coordinators/administrators, Training Managers, HR Managers, Training Providers, Transformation Managers

Individuals: R 437.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 1 hrs

Presenter: Tania Rhode


Overview:

This 4-part series will cover the following: 1. What is the WSP/ATR (Annual Training Report)/PIVOTAL Reports and the benefits to companies for submitting this to the SETA�s on an annual basis? 2. Unpacking the process of gathering all the data, compiling and submission to the relevant SETA. 3. Understanding what the OFO code is and how to link it to the occupation 4. Roles and Responsibilities of the Training Committee and the SDF; Understanding accredited vs unaccredited training


Course Content:

Understanding what the OFO(Organising Framework forOccupations) Identifying and linking your OFO codes for the WSP reports Process to have new OFO codes registered


Course Objective:

To gain a full understanding of WSP/ATR submission process


Who Should Attend?

Skills Development Facilitators (SDF), Training, HR, B-BBEE coordinators/administrators, Training Managers, HR Managers, Training Providers, Transformation Managers

Individuals: R 437.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Yvonne Rossouw


Overview:

Do you know the procedures to follow to ensure that dismissals of employees are not unfair? With employees standing up for their rights more and more, this has become a major dilemma for most companies, leading to large pay-outs to employees and increased cost in defending the company in any legal proceedings. To avoid these unnecessary costs is easy. Ensure that you are up to date with the labour relations act in terms of unfair dismissal and have evidence in proceedings as to why an employee was dismissed and whether or not the right procedures were followed. This session will look at the reasons for fair dismissal, as well the procedure to follow to ensure that the employee does not have a reason to complain to the CCMA. It will also take a look at some court judgements, as well as examples of unfair dismissal, to ensure these practices are avoided.


Course Content:

What is dismissal? What is an unfair dismissal? What disciplinary procedures can you adopt and implement to ensure a fair process when dismissal is necessary? Dismissal due to misconduct Dismissal due to incapacity Dismissal due to operational requirements Automatically unfair dismissals Remedies applicable if unfair dismissal occurred Labour court and labour appeal court judgements and examples on unfair dismissal and unfair discrimination


Course Objective:

After attending this course, delegates should have a thorough understanding of the procedures in terms of the labour relations act with regards to dismissal. Delegates should also understand what the reasons are for dismissal and how this process should be implemented to avoid CCMA action or legal proceedings.


Who Should Attend?

All HR employees, as well as management in any company. It is also advised that any employee attend, to be aware of their own rights and remedies in a situation where there might be unfair dismissal.

Individuals: R 437.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Yvonne Rossouw


Overview:

Do you know the procedures to follow to ensure that dismissals of employees are not unfair? With employees standing up for their rights more and more, this has become a major dilemma for most companies, leading to large pay-outs to employees and increased cost in defending the company in any legal proceedings. To avoid these unnecessary costs is easy. Ensure that you are up to date with the labour relations act in terms of unfair dismissal and have evidence in proceedings as to why an employee was dismissed and whether or not the right procedures were followed. This session will look at the reasons for fair dismissal, as well the procedure to follow to ensure that the employee does not have a reason to complain to the CCMA. It will also take a look at some court judgements, as well as examples of unfair dismissal, to ensure these practices are avoided.


Course Content:

What is dismissal? What is an unfair dismissal? What disciplinary procedures can you adopt and implement to ensure a fair process when dismissal is necessary? Dismissal due to misconduct Dismissal due to incapacity Dismissal due to operational requirements Automatically unfair dismissals Remedies applicable if unfair dismissal occurred Labour court and labour appeal court judgements and examples on unfair dismissal and unfair discrimination


Course Objective:

After attending this course, delegates should have a thorough understanding of the procedures in terms of the labour relations act with regards to dismissal. Delegates should also understand what the reasons are for dismissal and how this process should be implemented to avoid CCMA action or legal proceedings.


Who Should Attend?

All HR employees, as well as management in any company. It is also advised that any employee attend, to be aware of their own rights and remedies in a situation where there might be unfair dismissal.

Individuals: R 437.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 1 hrs

Presenter: Tania Rhode


Overview:

This 4-part series will cover the following: 1. What is the WSP/ATR (Annual Training Report)/PIVOTAL Reports and the benefits to companies for submitting this to the SETA�s on an annual basis? 2. Unpacking the process of gathering all the data, compiling and submission to the relevant SETA. 3. Understanding what the OFO code is and how to link it to the occupation 4. Roles and Responsibilities of the Training Committee and the SDF; Understanding accredited vs unaccredited training


Course Content:

Unpacking the WSP/ATR and PIVOTAL Reports Supporting documentation that must accompany the submission to the SETA This will involve demonstrating the templates to be used and working through all fields


Course Objective:

To gain a full understanding of WSP/ATR submission process


Who Should Attend?

Skills Development Facilitators (SDF), Training, HR, B-BBEE coordinators/administrators, Training Managers, HR Managers, Training Providers, Transformation Managers

Individuals: R 437.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 1 hrs

Presenter: Tania Rhode


Overview:

1. What is the WSP/ATR (Annual Training Report)/PIVOTAL Reports and the benefits to companies for submitting this to the SETA�s on an annual basis? 2. Unpacking the process of gathering all the data, compiling and submission to the relevant SETA. 3. Understanding what the OFO code is and how to link it to the occupation 4. Roles and Responsibilities of the Training Committee and the SDF; Understanding accredited vs unaccredited training


Course Content:

What is a WSP/ATR(Annual Training Report) and PIVOTAL Report What are the benefits of submitting these reports to the SETA Why is it compulsory for certain companies to submit Understanding the reporting period and deadline date of submission Supporting documentation that must accompany these reports


Course Objective:

To gain a full understanding of WSP/ATR submission process


Who Should Attend?

Skills Development Facilitators (SDF), Training, HR, B-BBEE coordinators/administrators, Training Managers, HR Managers, Training Providers, Transformation Managers

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