Managing people in any organisation, business or team remains to be a global challenge. With numerous cultures, nationalities and locations being the new workspace, pressure on managers to optimise profits and operate within budget is as relentless as ever.
Managers and employees need to stay abreast of technological advances and legislation has to reflect more common values within multicultural work settings.
The course aims to provide in-depth, and practical insight into Human Resources Management and focuses on outcomes designed to help learners develop their ability to manage people.
The course has been developed with individuals holding management positions in organisations in mind, but it also offers an opportunity to anyone seeking a better understanding and insight into the most important aspects of managing people.
Except for Module 1 which is a compulsory module, all of the other course modules are standalone modules and can be done separately.
- The common law and the individual contract of employment.
- Statutory law.
- The Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995 (the LRA).
- The Basic Conditions of Employment Act 75 of 1997 (the BCEA).
- The Unemployment Insurance Act 63 of 2001 (the UIA).
- The Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993 (the OHSA).
- The Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act 130 of 1993 (the COIDA).
- The Public Holidays Act 36 of 1994.
- The Employment Equity Act 55 of 1998 (the EEA).
- Other relevant legislation.
- The nature of labour relations.
- The history of labour relations in South Africa.
- The parties in labour relations.
- Types on union.
- Trade union federations.
- Why employees join trade unions.
- Worker representatives.
- The changing role of trade unions.
- Dealing with grievances.
- Discipline and dismissals.
- Unfair labour practices.
- Industrial action.
- Dispute resolution.
- PC with Windows or,
- Android device or,
- iOS device.