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  • Code Of Good Practice On The Prevention & Elimination Of Harassment In The Workplace

    R699.00 excl VAT

    The Code of Good Practice on the Prevention & Elimination of Harassment in the Workplace (“the Code”) repeals the Amended Code of Good Practice on the Handling of Sexual Harassment Cases in the Workplace (2005), published under Government Notice No. 1357 in Government Gazette 27865 of 4 August 2005, and is effective from 18 March 2022.  The Code is also published in terms of Section 54(1) of the Employment Equity Act, 1998 (Act No. 55 of 1998).

    The Code highlights and focuses on four primary forms of violence and harassment, namely:

    • Sexual violence & harassment
    • Racial, ethnic & social violence & harassment
    • Violence & harassment on account of a protected disclosure or whistleblowing
    • Workplace bullying

  • Introduction to the Basic Conditions of Employment Act

    R699.00 excl VAT

    The Basic Conditions of Employment Act deals with all minimum conditions of employment which employers must comply with.  This informative e-course outlines the various categories, and amounts, of leave employees qualify for (such as annual, sick, and parental leave), together with key insights into notice periods, overtime, letters of appointment, deductions from employee pay, meal intervals, Sunday work, work on public holidays, and much, much more.

  • Introduction to the Labour Relations Act

    R699.00 excl VAT

    The Labour Relations Act covers a vast amount of individual and collective labour relations subjects, from dismissal to strikes, and much, much more.

  • Managing Trade Unions in SA

    R699.00 excl VAT

    What rights do employers have when their staff join a trade union which then contacts the company demanding certain rights.  This practical e-course answers this question and many more, with reference to case law.  This interactive e-course explains everything employers need to know about shop steward rights, when trade unions must be allowed to enter a workplace, when employers must deduct union susbcriptions, and all aspects of employer rights when faced with a unionised workplace.

  • Workplace Misconduct Discipline & Dismissal

    R699.00 excl VAT

     

    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.