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Online Labour Law Training Solutions2021-10-12T12:05:09+02:00

Online Labour Law Business Training Solutions


Established in 1965, Malcolm Lyons and Brivik Attorneys have a wealth of experience in advising and successfully representing clients in navigating both labour law and labour law dispute resolution processes.

Recognised as leading experts in the field, Malcolm Lyons and Brivik are now offering online labour law training workshops as part of the specialist services provided to small and medium-sized business owners, managers and labour relations or human resources consultants.

Run by our team of experienced lawyers and expert legal consultants, all training workshops can be tailored to meet your specific business needs.

R1450 per person (Based on a 1-2 hour workshop)

Topics include:

1. Sexual Harassment in the Workplace – Employer Duties and Employee Rights

This workshop will
(i) provide an overview of the laws relating to sexual harassment in the workplace
(ii) empower employers and employees to comply therewith; and
(iii) assist employers to respond appropriately when sexual harassment occurs.


2.Workplace Discrimination and How to Address it

This workshop will
(i) provide an overview of the relevant laws relating to discrimination in the workplace
(ii) empower employers and employees to comply therewith
(iii) provide guidance regarding fair and unfair discrimination; and
(iv) assist employers to respond appropriately when workplace discrimination occurs.


3. Pregnancy in the Workplace: The Laws Pertaining to Pregnant Job Applicants and Employees

This workshop will
(i) provide an overview of the laws relating to pregnancy and maternity in the workplace,
(ii) empower employers and employees to comply therewith
(iii) assist employers in respecting the rights of pregnant job applicants and/or employees as well as those entitled to maternity or other family responsibility-related benefits; and
(iv) provide guidance regarding fair termination of employment (including retrenchment) in appropriate circumstances.


4. Disciplinary Codes – Workplace Offences and Legally Defensible Sanctions

This workshop will
(i) provide an overview of the laws relating to misconduct in the workplace
(ii) empower employers and employees to comply therewith
(iii) provide guidance regarding the creation and consistent application of a disciplinary code; and
(iv) assist employers to respond in a legally defensible manner when misconduct occurs.

5. Employee Duties – What can Employers Reasonably Expect of Employees in the Workplace?

This workshop will
(i) provide an overview of employers’ rights and the duties of employees in the workplace
(ii) empower employers and employees to comply therewith; and
(iii) assist both employers and employees to understand what employers can reasonably expect of employees in the workplace.

6. When to Counsel, Accommodate, Discipline or Terminate: Managing Poor Performance, Incapacity, Incompatibility and Misconduct

This workshop will
(i) provide an overview of the laws relating to the day-to-day management of employees in the workplace; and
(ii) empower employers to comply therewith by providing guidance regarding when and how to counsel, accommodate, discipline or terminate employment.

7. Retrenchments – A Practical Guide for Employers

This workshop will
(i) provide an overview of the laws relating to retrenchment; and
(ii) empower employers to comply therewith by providing guidance regarding legally defensible methods of selection, consultation, and process finalisation

8. Substantively and Procedurally Fair Dismissals – A Practical Guide for Employers

This workshop will
(i) provide an overview of the laws relating to dismissals in the workplace; and
(ii) empower employers to comply therewith by providing practical guidance aimed at ensuring that dismissals are affected both for fair reasons and in a manner that is legally defensible as procedurally fair.

9. Unfair Constructive Dismissals – When Employees Resign Due to Intolerable
Working Circumstances

This workshop will
(i) provide an overview of the laws relating to, and remedies available to, employees who resign due to intolerable working circumstances – including circumstances of workplace discrimination; and
(ii) assist employers to avoid; alternatively, respond appropriately to (automatically) unfair constructive dismissal claims.

10. Poor Work Performance – A Practical Guide for Employers

This workshop will
(i) provide an overview of the laws relating to poor work performance; and
(ii) assist employers to respond appropriately when poor work performance occurs.

For more information about our online labour law business training solutions contact us below:

Telephone:
Cape Town Office:

Telephone: +27(0) 21 425-5570
E-mail: [email protected]

Johannesburg Office:
Telephone: +27(0) 11 268 6697
Email: [email protected]

Contact form:

Labour Law Consulting

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