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Covid19: The Reality: Workplace Matters After Lockdown 

  

 This is a 5 hour interactive online course. Delegates will receive the opportunity to ask questions throughout the course.   

 

 

 24 July 2020 (09:00 - 14:00) Interactive Online Course

 

 

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Click here to download registration forms for 24 July 2020 (09:00 - 14:00) Interactive Online Course

 

 

 

Module 1: The period after lockdown – return to work

  • Refusal to return to work, does it constitute misconduct?

  • Timekeeping and performance management – working from home.

  • Sick leave during lockdown

  • Precautionary isolation and payment

  • Compulsory isolation and payment

 

Module 2: How to deal with disciplinary and incapacity proceedings – uncompleted cases and new cases where people work from home

  • Procedural Fairness

  • Substantive Fairness

 

Module 3: Reduction of remuneration

  • Unilateral changes to employment conditions vs. work practice

  • Changes to benefits.

  • Annual leave and sick leave after lockdown / annual shutdown?

 

Module 4: COVID-19 as an occupational disease and occupational exposure risk

  • Aim and purpose of the COIDA

  • The main objective of the COIDA

  • The Compensation Commissioner; the Compensation Fund and Licensees

  • Protection of employers against claims from employees and dependants

  • Categories of persons are entitled to compensation

  • COVID-19 as Occupational Disease

  • Diagnosis Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

  • Occupational Exposure Risk Classification

  • Benefits, reporting and correct claims processing

 

Module 5: Guidelines for symptom monitoring and management of COVID-19

  • Recommended procedure

  • Self-monitoring for symptoms

  • Management of workers towards COVID-19

  • Guidance on vulnerable employees and workplace accommodation in relation to COVID-19

  • Who is a vulnerable employee in the context of COVID-19?

  • Identifying vulnerable employees and major categories

  • Assessing a vulnerable employee

  • Protecting and managing vulnerable employees in the workplace

 

Module 6: Retrenchments: The basics: How to retrench employees fairly: A practical overview

 

Retrenchment during lockdown?

  • Large scale retrenchments vs small scale

  • The joint consensus seeking process

  • Selection criteria

  • Consultation

  • Alternatives – Short time, temporary layoff, reduction in wages.

 

Module 7: The CCMA – latest

 

Price:

  • R 1950 (incl. Vat) per delegate

  • Price include course material, certificates

 

For further information contact:

  • Peraldo or Hanlie at telephone: (012) 661 3208 or (012) 661 1411

 

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Online Booking Form

 

Click here to download registration forms for 24 June 2020 (09:00 - 14:00) Interactive Online Course

 

 

 

 

 

Case Law Summaries and Articles

 

Can employees be dismissed for refusing to accept new terms and conditions of employment?

Can an employer dismiss employees because they refuse to agree to a change to their terms and conditions of employment? An initial answer may be, “yes”.

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Escape route: “Resignation with immediate effect”

The latest case in the ‘disciplining employees who have resigned with immediate effect’ saga has brought about more uncertainty as to whether an employee who resigns with immediate effect shortly before a disciplinary hearing can avoid disciplinary action and subsequent dismissal.

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Freedom of expression or incitement to commit an offence? A constitutional challenge

On 4 July 2019, the North Gauteng High Court handed down judgment in the case of The EFF and other v Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development and other (87638/2017 and 45666/2017) in which the EFF and Julius Malema (the applicants) sought to have s18(2)(b) of the Riotous Assemblies Act, No 17 of 1956 (Riotous Act) declared unconstitutional.

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Consolidated, comprehensive or general final written warnings

Regarding dismissal, according to the Code of Good Practice, “the courts have endorsed the concept of corrective or progressive discipline. This approach regards the purpose of discipline as a means for employees to know and understand what standards are required of them.

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