Faced with the current challenges of the South African Employment Relations climate, attending this 1-day course will enable you to prepare for your collective bargaining process in a strategic manner in order to maximise the efficacy of the negotiation process and ultimately enhance the outcomes achieved. This course is intended to build the capacity of both employer and union negotiators for entering a collective bargaining process thoroughly prepared to maximise its value.
In light of the current challenges typically experienced when embarking on a collective bargaining process in the South African Employment Relations arena, this 1-day course will focus on building the understanding and skills to be able to negotiate pragmatically with the goal of achieving outcomes which are of mutual interest to both parties. The course is intended to build the capacity of both employer and union negotiators for participating effectively in a collective bargaining process.
This course will equip you to chair and participate in meetings. These skills are useful for DE&I Forums, Workplace Forums, and Employment Equity Committees. This course is conducted over one day or can be offered in a modular format to meet clients' needs. It can also be customized for the particular needs of the organization.
Find out what you need to know to comply with the 2017 Accord on Collective Bargaining and Industrial Action, and the Code of Good Practice: Collective Bargaining, Industrial Action and Picketing.
The course explores the challenges and benefits of a unionised work environment and will assist you to understand the rights and obligations of the parties to the employment relationship.