When you face the CCMA, you better have your act together so you don’t get taken to the cleaners.
Angus Bailie has extensive experience in CCMA cases.
Losing at the CCMA can have costly consequences with reinstatement orders and/or 12 months compensation.
Every employee has the right to refer disputes to the CCMA whether they have a valid case or not. Very often the outcome is not determined on this consideration alone and the skill of the parties becomes important. Commissioners are often perceived to be favouring the employees whilst the employers are penalized for not knowing the Rules. This is more a symptom of not knowing how the battle is fought than not having a good case.
“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.” – Sun Tzu, The Art of War
Any CCMA matter is won and lost in the preparation. Half the battle is knowing the rules and being prepared to put your case across effectively.
This training course seeks not only takes you through the Rules of Engagement but also how to effectively prepare and put across your case.
We will look at the CCMA Rules and discuss the nature of the Conciliation and Arbitration processes.
We will look at the Guidelines that Commissioners use for Misconduct Dismissals. This will help you prepare and sharpen you case as you will know what the Commissioners are trained to look for.
He will give you practical tips and skills for preparing and arguing matters at the CCMA.
With a better understanding of how the CCMA works and what Commissioners look for, you will no doubt be able to handle any CCMA matter without the expense of Legal Representation.
Cost: R3190.00 excluding Vat
Venue: AstroTech Conference Centre, Corner Anerley Road and 3rd Avenue Parktown
Time: 08h00 to 16h00 (Full day workshop, lunch included)
Date:26 March 2020
Time: 08h00 to 16h00 (lunch included)
Angus Bailie is an admitted attorney in the High Court and has been in practice for 10 years.
His speciality in practice is Labour Law and was appointed as an Acting Judge in the Labour Court in 2017.
Angus has lectured part-time for the faculties of Law and Science at Pearson Institute and the faculty of Law for the University of the Free State.
He is a SETA accredited facilitator and trainer.
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