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Imsimbi Training proudly presents

Employment Equity Committee Training – 2 DAYS

 

Imsimbi Training is a fully accredited training provider with the Services Seta,
number 2147, as well as a Level 1 Contributor BBBEE company and 51% black owned.

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES

 

This course investigates the Employment Equity Act and all of its ramifications for organisations. The training ensures that Employment Equity Committees understand their role and function. The course looks at the legal reporting requirements of organisations as per affirmative action reports.

 

COURSE OUTLINE

 

Part 1 – Overview of the Employment Equity Act

  • Understanding the Employment Equity Act
  • Designated groups: African, Coloured and Indian, women, disabled

Part 2 – Prohibition of unfair discrimination

  • Understanding unfair discrimination
  • Differentiation
  • Discrimination
  • Direct and indirect discrimination
  • Grounds of discrimination
  • Employment applicants, work analysis and inherent requirements of the job/ job descriptions
  • Recruitment and selection
  • How the Employment Equity legislation attempts to eliminate and prohibit unfair discrimination
  • Medical and Psychological assessments
  • Labour court case studies

Part 3 – Employment Equity and Affirmative action

  • Understanding Affirmative Action
  • The Equality Test (Section 9(2)) of the Constitution
  • Understanding Black Empowerment
  • National or regional demographics
  • Understanding the BBBEE scorecard as per management control
  • The duties of designated employers
  • The requirements of disclosure of information
  • Employment Equity Plans and the requirements for keeping records
  • EEA2 Report
  • One year and three-year plans

Part 4 – Wage discrimination

  • Wage gaps based on race, gender and disability
  • Pay discrepancies
  • New amendments to the Employment Equity Act
  • Fines and penalties
  • EEA4 report
  • Labour Court cases

Part 5 – Roles, responsibilities and functions of the Employment Equity Committee

  • Monitoring Employment Policies, Procedures & Practices
  • Monitoring /Evaluating Implementation of an EE Plan
  • Oversight of EE committee vs HR department responsibilities
  • Consultation
  • Identification of EE Barriers
  • Recruitment barriers
  • Promotion barriers
  • Qualification barriers and skills development
  • Succession planning barriers
  • Developing EE Measures
  • Benchmarking Best Practices
  • Frequency and content of Committee Meetings
  • Confidentiality in not disclosing salaries and personal information

Part 6 – The Skills Development Committee

  • Workplace skills plan and Annual Training Report
  • The BBBEE scorecard and skills development
  • Practical analysis of EE plans and EE reports
  • The way forward and planning for the employment equity committee

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