Workplace Misconduct Discipline & Dismissal

Course Information

Difficulty: Intermediate

Learn how to investigate employee misconduct, prepare for a disciplinary hearing, and how to chair a disciplinary hearing. This informative e-course will introduce you to every step of the workplace discipline process. Learn how much proof is required to find an employee guilty of misconduct; which types of evidence may, and may not, be considered; how to select sanctions (penalties); the importance of consistency in disciplinary hearings, and much, much more.
Students have the opportunity to test their understanding of key principles in an assessment exercise at the end of each module.

Extensive research, backed up with in excess of 30-years of experience in managing workplace discipline, has gone into the development of this material. Great care has been taken to structure the content in a way that it enables you, the student, to understand the steps to be followed as a role-player in a disciplinary process.

On your journey, you will be introduced to:

  • Key principles
  • Legislative principles
  • Numerous references to case law

Course Instructor

Tony Healy Tony Healy Content Director

This e-course has been compiled by leading labour relations and employment law expert, Tony Healy, who has vast experience in all aspects of SA labour relations and employment law. Prior to establishing labour law consultancy Tony Healy & Associates in 1995, Tony held executive labour relations positions at Barlow Rand, the Premier Group and SAB: Miller. He has appeared at the Industrial Court, as well as the CCMA and various Bargaining Councils across the country, in both conciliation and arbitration hearings, since 1995. Tony is a regular guest on national television and radio, as a recognised subject expert in the fields of labour relations and employment law, and has been an employment law newspaper columnist in national newspapers since 1995, including Business Day.

Once Off

R699.00 excl VAT

Introduction & course orientation

Precautionary suspension