|Duration: One Day||Price: £495 + VAT, €595 / $595|
Our Employment Law South Africa course provides a comprehensive overview of the legal landscape in relation to the world of work in South Africa. You will learn about the South African employment law framework, latest case law and key cultural issues that every HR professional should be aware of.
Key areas of the programme include the background and history of South African employment legislation, unfair dismissal, basic employment conditions, whistleblowing, discrimination, dispute resolution, trade union law – and much more.
What will I learn?
- Gain a clear understanding of the legal framework in South Africa - and compare this to the position in other countries
- Explore the cultural issues and current working conditions
- Learn how to advise colleagues on vital aspects of employment law in South Africa
- Get all your questions on South African employment law answered by our employment law specialist
We offer a discount when multiple bookings are made at the same time - please contact us for details.
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|Virtual Duration: 1 Day | Price: £495 + VAT
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Christopher Todd - Bowman Gilfillan
I have practised in all areas of employment law from my admission as an attorney in 1996 and have specialised in employment in the public law sphere. I advise extensively on the employment law implications of business transfers in the public and private sectors, privatisation initiatives and outsourcing. After a two-year stint in mergers and acquisitions, I returned to a dispute resolution practice, providing advisory and litigation services in employment, public law and alternative dispute resolution.
My dispute resolution career includes roles as adjudicator, having served two periods as an acting judge of the Labour Court, and on private tribunals in employment disputes. I was accredited by CEDR as a commercial mediator in April 2007, and my mediation experience includes representing parties in mediations and serving as mediator in commercial disputes.