Every Manager and HR practitioner is faced with challenges on a daily basis. In order to manage employees, the manager needs to know how to deal with these day to day issues in a pro-active and constructive way. The course is practical and highly interactive and designed to solicit interaction from the delegates. This approach stimulates change in thinking and practice and will provide delegates with a safe environment to test ideas, knowledge and practices. The delegate will be supplied with a workbook, inclusive of case studies, relevant legislation, examples and the latest Labour Court and Labour Appeal Court cases, with references.
31 March 2020 @ 08:30
R 2 950.00
Johannesburg - Venue to be announced
Longitude: 28.0517 \ Latitude: -26.1070
Module 1 : Your Disciplinary Code
Understanding the concept of discipline and it Constitutional effect
Independent contractors FTC’S and labour brokers
Understanding your disciplinary code and procedures - its role and need in a business;
Schedule 8 of the LRA
Can you deviate from the code and when?
What do the different charges mean
What do you need to prove for each charge
Investigating Misconduct, polygraph and traps
The role of appeal and the role players
Module 2 : How to deal with day to day challenges
Absenteeism, abscondment and desertion
Abuse of sick leave and leave
Alcohol and drug abuse
Resignations and termination of contract
Conflict between unions and union members
Derivative or team misconduct, Imprisoned employees
Social media in the workplace
Module 3 : Counselling of employees
When to counsel or discipline
The value of counselling
Recording the process
Module 4 : Incapacity due to poor performance or illness
When do I consider this?
What procedure is required?
How does it differ from discipline?
What to do with the employee that refuses to participate in the process
When can I dismiss?
Module 5 : Grievances and grievance procedures
• How to deal with grievances and grievance procedures • How to deal with the difficult employee