Significant changes have been made to the Labour Relations Act and the Employment Equity Act, and its regulations regarding equality in pay and benefits.
The new requirements focus on the equalising of pay and other conditions of employment for employees in the same or similar job or work of equal value. Differences in the terms and conditions of employment without good reason will result in costly claims under the LRA as well as the EEA.
You cannot prove or disprove Pay Equality just by comparing packages. It has to be done using specialised statistical techniques which we will introduce you to. Pay Equality is not a new concept, and there are more than 30 years of international experience to guide you.
In this morning seminar, Andrew Levy – an expert in labour economics and labour law – will give you all the knowledge you need to guide your organisation through the jungle of pay equality in a practical and understandable manner.
Some of the highlights
- An explanation of the principles and definitions of Equality of Pay and Benefits.
- How to choose the proper comparitor for pay comparisons.
- When is it legitimate to pay people doing the same job differently?
- How can I pay equally alongside a minimum wage requirement?
- How to draw up a wage curve and analyse wage differentials.
- How to use acceptable methodology to avoid discriminatory factors.
- What will the unions look for in their test cases on pay equality?
Who should attend?
This seminar is a must for all HR, Labour, Legal and Finance practitioners and administrators.
- R 1,795 (excl. VAT)
- R 1,500 (excl. VAT) for bookings made before 30 June 2015
When and where
All seminars will run from 09h00 to 13h00. Registration from 08h30.
- 03 August – Sage Conferencing, Woodmead, Johannesburg
- 05 August – Fire & Ice, Menlyn, Gauteng
- 06 August – Emperor’s Palace, Johannesburg
- 12 August – Silverstar Casino, Johannesburg
- 13 August – Crystal Towers Hotel, Century City, Cape Town
- 14 August – Gateway Hotel, Durban
Click here for more information and bookings.