Cox Yeats Attorneys will be holding an Employment Law Workshop on Friday, 4th March 2016. One of the many issues being addressed is that of freedom of speech on social media, which has been a very topical and controversial debate recently. This amongst many other issues listed below are sure to be beneficial to anyone, employer or employee, attending a workshop such as this.
Employment Law, or Labour Law as it is most commonly referred to, often poses challenges for employers. Chris Haralambous, Partner at Cox Yeats Attorneys and Head of their Labour Law Department will be presenting a workshop addressing the “Big four in managing dismissals” on Friday, 4thMarch 2016. In this workshop, Chris will be addressing current IR developments and issues such as : Formulating proper disciplinary charges, unfair splitting, issues of inconsistency and the question of“double jeopardy” . Misconduct within the social media context – the limits of free speech? The issue of freedom of speech on social media being a very controversial and topical issue at the moment. Issues concerning “fair and objective” selection criteria and the“bumping” principle. Outsourcing ithin the context of restructuring. Questions of “reasonable accommodation” & the Code of Good Practice on The Employment Of Persons with Disabilities, to name but a few of the topics that will be addressed.
Book your place today. Contact: Chantelle Bodenstein on 031 – 536 8500 or on email:firstname.lastname@example.org