Employment Equity Committee Training

Employment Equity Committee Training

 

Employment Equity Committee Training

Employment Equity Committee Training is the first step to implement Employment Equity successfully in an organisation.

Providing your Employment Equity Committee with effective training will empower the members to fully understand their role in the committee.

One of the main reasons for Employment Equity being unsuccessful  is not understanding the requirements of the Employment Equity Act.

Questions like, who are designated employers, who are the designated groups, or which demographics to use to set Employment Equity Goals abound in the Human Resources sector.

With changes in the legislation ignorance  is no longer an option for organisations, fines range from  R 1.5 million  up to 10% of turnover.

Employment Equity now moves to a top priority.

One of the requirements of the act is for organisations to train their employees in the requirements of the Employment Equity Act.

Personal fines for employees of R30 000 for not implementing Employment Equity correctly can be imposed by the Department of Labour , therefore it is imperative to give the committee the training to implement EE effectively.

The Solution: Employment Equity Committee Training

Understanding the Employment Equity Act is the most important part of the process. Once the EE Act is understood your organisation’s unique requirements can be addressed and the act can then be implemented to address these needs succinctly.

BConsult offers Employment Equity training at all levels depending on the specific needs of an organisation.

An Employment Equity Committee is the most important asset to an effective Employment Equity Strategy.

We offer two Employment Equity Committee Training options

Employment Equity Committee Training: Option 1

Full Day.

Employment Equity Committee Training

Employment Equity Committee Training

Unpacking the EE Act.

–          Understanding the Act.

–          Purpose of the Act.

Understanding the impact of the new amendments and the implementation.

–          New amendments gazetted in 2014.

–          Implications of the amendments.

–          How to implement the amendments successfully.

–          Fines and penalties as per the new amendments.

Employment Equity and the impact on B-BBEE

–          How EE impacts on the scorecard.

–          Why EE must be integrated effectively.

How Employment Equity affects skills Development.

How to set Employment Equity targets for your organisation.

Practical steps to draw up an Employment Equity Plan.

Functions of the Employment Equity Committee.

–          How to nominate committee members.

–          Duties and roles of the committee

–          Assessing barriers within an organisation.

Unfair discrimination.

–          Identifying unfair discrimination.

–          Direct and indirect discrimination.

–          Medical and psychological tests .

–          Recruitment

Reporting on Employment Equity.

–          Forms required for reporting.

–          Completing an EEA2

–          Completing an EEA4

–          Frequency  and deadlines for reporting.

Checklist to assess your organisations compliance with Employment Equity.

How to pass an EE audit?

Employment equity Plan is updated and remediated to comply with the new laws.

1st Employment Equity Meeting takes place at the end of the training

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Employment Equity Committee Training: Option 2

 

Half day course.

Unpacking the EE Act.

–          Understanding the Act.

–          Purpose of the Act.

Understanding the impact of the new amendments and the implementation.

–          New amendments gazetted in 2014.

–          Implications of the amendments.

–          How to implement the amendments successfully.

–          Fines and penalties as per the new amendments.

Functions of the Employment Equity Committee.

–          How to nominate committee members.

–          Duties and roles of the committee

–          Assessing barriers within an organisation.