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Dishonesty - Lies, Fraud, Falsification and Theft
Category Spesific transgressions
The employer has the right to expect his employees to be honest - if the employee is not honest, it damages the trust relationship. This type of offence will include theft, dishonest conduct, fraud, falsification, spreading false rumours and lying. Information Sheet R 95.00 Preview
The effect of theft in the workplace
Category Disciplinary hearings
Every employer will probably, at some stage or another, be faced with theft in its workplace. Due to the fact that theft is a dishonesty offence, we dismiss those employees guilty of theft, no matter the value of the item stolen and in most cases, factors in mitigation were not enough to tip the scale away from dismissal, as honesty goes to the heart of the relationship and theft or dishonesty destroys the trust between employers and employees. Information Sheet R 110.00 Preview
The effect of theft in the workplace
Category Discipline
Every employer will probably, at some stage or another, be faced with theft in its workplace. Due to the fact that theft is a dishonesty offence, we dismiss those employees guilty of theft, no matter the value of the item stolen and in most cases, factors in mitigation were not enough to tip the scale away from dismissal, as honesty goes to the heart of the relationship and theft or dishonesty destroys the trust between employers and employees. Articles FREE Preview
Dishonesty - Lies, Fraud, Falsification and Theft
Category Spesific transgressions
The employer has the right to expect his employees to be honest - if the employee is not honest, it damages the trust relationship. This type of offence will include theft, dishonest conduct, fraud, falsification, spreading false rumours and lying. Information Sheet R 95.00 Preview
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DL1 - Basic Labour Relations - The LRA & BCEA

This is a basic course introducing labour relations in terms of the LRA and BCEA to the new manager, HR specialist and shop steward. This course will ...

  • Distance Learning
  • 12 October 2020 @ 09:00
  • R 950.00