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Training 2016-11-18T13:12:17+00:00

Subject matter that will be covered in the course:

  • Types of disciplinary action.
  • Burden of proof.
  • Management approach.
  • Fairness.
  • To identify misconduct (SUBSTANTIVELY FAIR).
  • Substantive and procedural fairness of evidence.
  • The balance between consistency and fairness.
  • What is evidence?
  • Insufficient and irrelevant evidence.
  • Most important kinds of evidence.
  • Where to find evidence?
  • Interviewing a witness.
  • The notice of intent to hold a disciplinary enquiry.
  • Role players in the disciplinary hearing.
  • Principles of disciplinary action.
  • Disciplinary enquiry checklist.
  • The practical filling in of all relevant disciplinary management documents.

Included in the price: Secure parking, a light meal to all students & a practical manual that can be used in a working environment.

PLEASE NOTE: A MINIMUM OF 6 STUDENTS IN TOTAL ARE REQUIRED TO CONDUCT THE COURSE

This one-day course is developed in order to help all employees in the workplace, to ensure you know all your rights as an employee.

Subject matter that will be covered in the course:

  • Employment contract
  • Counselling procedures
  • Disciplinary procedures
  • Grievance procedures (How to start the grievance procedure)
  • Representation
  • Leave Entitlements
    • Annual leave
    • Sick leave
    • Family responsibility leave
    • Unpaid leave
    • Maternity leave
  • Working hours

PLEASE NOTE: A MINIMUM OF 10 STUDENTS IN TOTAL IS REQUIRED TO CONDUCT THE COURSE

(3 Day Course, 2 Days Theory & 1 Day Practical)

Is the performance of your employees a concern?

This course is specifically developed in order to asses, enhance and if necessary, as a last resort, discipline employees about their performance. The purpose, therefore, will be to increase productivity in your establishment.

Subject matter that will be covered in the course:

  • Job analysis
  • Job Description
  • Setting desired performance standards
  • Assessing employees
  • Intent in performance
  • Suitability & Incompatibility
  • Legal considerations in so far poor performance is concerned

PLEASE NOTE: A MINIMUM OF 10 STUDENTS IN TOTAL ARE REQUIRED TO CONDUCT THE COURSE

This course is developed for any person that is actively involved in the hospitality sector, meaning Hotels, Lodges, B&B, Restaurants, ect.

Subject matter that will be covered in the course:

What is:

  • Main Agreement Gauteng North.
  • Main Agreement Gauteng South.
  • Bargaining Council functions.
  • Hospitality Sectoral Determination.
  • Comparison between the above mentioned laws.

PLEASE NOTE: A MINIMUM OF 6 STUDENTS IN TOTAL IS REQUIRED TO CONDUCT THE COURSE

Training Course Dates

Please note: All Course dates are subject to change, but all successful applicants will be notified of any such changes.

All bookings must be confirmed and payment must be done at least 1 week prior to actual course date to ensure bookings.

Application for Training

Please note: Upon receipt of your application, one of our consultants will contact you as soon as possible to arrange the reservation and payment for the course. All payments are strictly payable upfront before a reservation will be made.

Below is a link to download an application form for the training course/s. Please download the Word document, and after completing, please fax to 086 665 9032 or email to us.

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