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Labour, Employment, & Human Resources law
"Training in law by professionals at law"
The Basics of Disciplinary Enquiries
Each delegate of each one of our training sessions will receive a copy of the relevant act/s being referred to during the course of the programme 
Each programme is developed to be completed in one day 
We do not believe in or follow a “one- size- fits- all” approach and as such can also tailor programme packages according to your unique needs or if a more detailed programme is required, training programmes lasting 2 and 3 days can be presented 
Practical examples and application will form part of each programme 

As much as one would like to avoid disciplinary enquiries by promoting an harmonious working environment, from time to time it does become necessary to intervene in order to maintain a good working relationship not only between the employer and the employee but amongst employees as well. However conducting a disciplinary hearing can be a time consuming and often traumatic experience for all those involved. This module aims to shed light on the process of conducting a disciplinary hearing as well as the requirements of material and procedural fairness which must both be complied with should a disciplinary enquiry result in an sanction against an employee or employees.  

- What is a disciplinary enquiry and how do I properly conduct one? 
- Rules relating to disciplinary enquiries 
- Includes a practical mock disciplinary enquiry 
- As a possible addition to this training session, a module can be included relating to:  

o The Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA): Where is it and how does it work? 
o Rules of evidence in the CCMA 
o Alternative Dispute Resolution 
o Condonation 
o Representation in the CCMA 

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