CONFÉRENCE | " Labour Law in South Africa " Dekka Consulting

CONFÉRENCE | " Labour Law in South Africa " Dekka Consulting
past 10 months ago

Starts: Wednesday, 24 February, 2016 05:00pm

Ends: Wednesday, 24 February, 2016 08:00pm

Event Details

Our conference will focus primarily on individual labour relationships in South Africa, providing a useful guide of do’s and don’ts for employers from the beginning to the end of their relationships with their workforce.

- Formation of the employment contract
- Codes of conduct
- Obligations of the employer & duties of the employee
- Termination of the employment contract
- Fairness of dismissal
- CCMA (Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration)
- Q&A

DEKKA is a Cape Town based specialised advisory and consulting group that focuses on advising public and private companies, family offices and high net worth individuals on complex commercial transactions and the management of the human capital that drives the successful outcome and sustainability of these transactions. Within the group, Dekka Consulting is focussed on all aspects of labour law and human relations management.

Pieter holds a Master’s Degree in French and German Business Law, jointly offered by the Universities of Cologne, Germany and Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, France and is currently pursuing an LL.M in Tax Law at the University of Cape Town. Apart from the labour law practice, Pieter is also accredited for sworn translation (FR-EN and EN-FR) and is in the process of swearing in at the High Court of South Africa.

Johani holds an LLB (Hons) from King’s College London, and two Master’s degrees from the University of Strasbourg, France – the first in French Commercial law, and the second in Banking and Finance law. She is a dual citizen of South Africa and Canada, and is currently completing an LL.M at the University of Cape Town, focusing on Intellectual Property Law.

FREE ENTRANCE

Conference followed by a free cocktail offered by our sponsor Top12Wines.

PLEASE RSVP: http://cap40.co.za/events/labour-law-in-south-africa