Labour Law for Accountants

Labour Law for Accountants


Are you aware of all the different requirements in terms of the different labour laws? With disgruntled employees acting on their rights more and more, it is important that companies remain up to date with the requirements and regulations as set out in the BCEA, the Labour Relations Act, as well as the Employment Equity act, to ensure that they are not involved in lengthy and expensive legal actions. 


Labour Laws: What you should know to ensure you comply with the basic requirements.


Basic Conditions of Employment Act 
  • What are the basic requirements i.t.o. work hours, leave, overtime, etc.
  • What should be in included in the contracts?
  • What should be displayed in the workplace and in what format?
  • What records should be kept?
Labour Relations:
  • What is an unfair dismissal?
  • What is the process to follow to ensure you are not guilty of unfair dismissal?
Employment Equity:
  • What is unfair discrimination?
  • What medical testing is allowed and what is not?
  • Are you a designated employer?
  • If so what should you do?
  • Should you be paying UIF for your learners?
  • Recent changes in the UIF benefits. 


Yvonne Rossouw, Facilitator, ProBeta Training

Yvonne has a passion for working with people and transferring the knowledge she has obtained to others in order for them to progress in their profession. She has been part of the ProBeta team since 2015, and her responsibilities include developing course material, facilitating courses as well as consulting clients on various technical issues.

With her passion for training, Yvonne has provided training to accounting students, CA trainees, auditing and accounting firms, as well as other corporate companies on various legislative matters.

She is also in charge of ProBeta’s monthly update sessions, which provide insightful and important information on recent tax, legislative, employment and accounting changes.

Who should attend:

All personnel in charge of HR in the firm, partners and directors who would like to update their knowledge, and all employees to ensure they understand their rights and responsibilities.


Attendance of this two-hour webinar will accrue 2 hours’ CPD for members of a relevant professional body such as ACCA, SAICA, AAT, SAIPA, SAIBA, IAC, CIS, ICBA, LSSA, FPI, and the IBA.

Complete the free online assessment at the end of the event and receive an additional 1 CPD hour.


Start Date: Oct 10, 2017
End Date: Oct 10, 2017
Duration: 14:00 - 16:00
Event Type: Webinar
Price from: R399.00
Subscribers: From R250.00 pm (click here for more information)

Available venues

Online webinar / recording

Date: Oct 10, 2017

Discounts available

SAIT CPD Subscriber: CPD Package Dependent

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