Employee & Labour Relations
Another crucial function, and sometimes not so easy part of HR is managing, cultivating, and maintaining a positive employer/employee relationship.
We will assist you with the interpretation and implementation of policies and procedures as well as investigating and responding to grievances and other staff related issues.
- Labour Relations
- Employee Motivation
Labour relations in South Africa have been governed by a variety of labour acts over the years. The most recent and comprehensive act is the Labour Relations Act of 1995, which came into effect in 1997. The act was designed to promote harmony in the workplace and to protect the rights of workers. It sets out rules for how employers and employees should interact, and it provides procedures for resolving disputes.
The act has had a significant impact on businesses in South Africa, both positive and negative. On the positive side, the act has helped to improve communication and cooperation between employers and employees. It has also made it easier for employees to assert their rights and to challenge unfair treatment. On the negative side, the act has placed several burdens on businesses, such as the requirement to establish Labour Relations Committees. Overall, the Labour Relations Act has had a mixed impact on businesses in South Africa.
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