Discipline in the workplace

We also provide a Discipline in the Workplace course to our clients with onsite training or training facilities as well as training certificates on completion of the course. We therefore aim to provide our clients with total HR/IR assistance in every aspect of the workplace.

COURSE OBJECTIVES AND OUTLINE

OBJECTIVES
OUTLINE 
  • To allow the trainer and participants to introduce themselves.
  • To communicate course rules
  • To establish the objective of the workplace
Introduction
  • To develop an understanding of the basic provisions in the Labour Relations Act for dealing with dismissal and discipline in the workplace.
Unfair dismissal
  • To develop an understanding of the basic provisions in the new Labour Relations Act for unfair labour practices- including issues which may arise during recruitment of new employees.
Unfair Labour Practices
  • To develop an understanding of the provisions in the Labour Relations Act for strikes and lock-outs.
Strikes and lock-outs 
  • To develop an understanding of the provisions in the Labour Relations Act for organisational rights.
Dealing with approaches from trade unions 
  • To develop an understanding of the dispute resolution system in the Labour Relations Act.
Where do disputes go? 
  • To develop an understanding of the processes and practices at the Commission for Conciliation Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA).
What to expect at the CCMA 
  • To give participants an opportunity to evaluate the effectiveness of the course as to whether or not the learning objective has been achieved.
Closure ...................................................................................

After completion of this course participants should be able to:

  • Counsel employees and discipline employees for misconduct
  • Conduct a disciplinary hearing
  • Counsel employees for incapacity
  • Comply with substantial and procedural requirements when taking disciplinary steps
  • Distinguish between substantial and procedural fairness as required by the LRA
  • Understand and apply the principles of fairness in the disciplinary process
  • Define dismissal, automatic unfair dismissal and other dismissals
  • Dismiss an employee fairly for misconduct or incapacity

Code of Good Practice

  • Introduction
  • Fair reasons for dismissal
  • Misconduct
  • Fair procedure
  • Disciplinary records
  • Dismissals and Industrial action
  • Guidelines in cases of dismissal for misconduct
  • Incapacity: Poor work performance
  • Guidelines in cases of dismissal for poor work performance
  • Guidelines in cases of dismissal arising from ill health or injury
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