Why Attend Our Next Labour Law Seminar?

Labour law in South Africa can be a complicated matter for business owners and administrators, with many employers facing issues with employment law that seem nearly impossible to circumvent. As an important issue not just for businesses but South African society as a whole, employers can stand to maintain better relations with both their employees and the Labour Court.

To help with this, Bregman Moodley Attorneys is hosting a comprehensive Labour Law Seminar on 10 July 2019 that seeks to pass our insights on to business operators, with the aim of helping them navigate complicated labour law issues, or to ensure that they avoid them in the first place.

How Can Your Business Benefit from our Seminar?

Keeping your business in line with South African labour law isn’t always a simple task, but it is of the utmost importance to any business that seeks to operate legally within the South African market.

This, in the long-run, will help foster beneficial relations between you and your employees, enhancing their moral and subsequent productivity.

Primarily, however, staying in line with labour law will ensure that your business avoids becoming the victim of claims made against it by employees who have been wronged (mistakenly or otherwise).

What Type of Topics will be Covered

We will be covering all topics related to South African labour law, which will be addressed through a comprehensive question and answer sessions relating to any topic concerning labour law, such as training, matters of the Labour Court and CCMA, as well as other aspects related to labour and employment law, such as statutory compliance, dismissal and disciplinary procedures. 

Contact Bregman Moodley Attorneys for Details

If you are an employer that struggles with matters of South African Labour Law, this seminar is for you. To find out more about attending, be sure to get into contact with a representative from Bregman Moodley Attorneys, or visit our website for additional details on the event.

Click to view our Website Disclaimer

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *