AVOIDING WORKPLACE REVOLUTION JHB SEMINAR BY DR IVAN ISRAELSTAM

The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) and its labour allies have declared war on business  and  on  our  free market  economic  system through  the  use of  popular rhetoric, industrial action  and confrontation.  This seminar provides the approach that employers can use to protect themselves from: strikes, violence, anti-capitalist propaganda, financial losses and employee relations fall out.

This course will also show you how to gain and maintain the trust of your employees, improve employee remuneration levels and business performance through incentive strategies based on the sharing the fruits of productivity, implementmeasures for preventing violence; conductconstructive wage negotiations; lead effectively so as to avoid employee hostility; manage trade union relations constructively and achieve economic freedom at your workplace without revolution.

 

SEMINAR DETAILS

PRESENTER:   Ivan Israelstam, CEO of Labour Law Management Consulting has over 15 years’ experience as a litigator at CCMA and 4 years as a CCMA Commissioner. He writes numerous labour law columns in major publications and is the author of labour law books. Ivan chairs SACCI’s Labour Relations committee and gives conference, seminar, radio and TV talks. He is featured in the book WHO’S WHO IN SOUTHERN AFRICA.

DATE & TIME: Friday 17 October 2014  (Registration 8:45 Close 16:30 latest)

VENUE: Killarney Country Club, 60  5th Street Lower Houghton, Johannesburg (off the corner of Glenhove Road)

INVESTMENT: R1995 (including VAT) per person (Less 10% for 3 or more bookings) includes working manual, meals, attendance certificate & parking

 

For more information: www.labourlaw.co.za; ronni@labourlaw.co.za; 082 521-7492

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