Labour Attorneys Pretoria | Labour Attorneys Johannesburg | Gauteng | South Africa
(Training, Courses, Seminars - CCMA and South African Labour Law Specialist)

Labour Attorneys, Specialising in South African Labour Law, Labour Court and CCMA cases: retrenchment, unfair dismissal, overtime, disciplinary hearings, harassment, unfair discrimination/labour law amendments/incapacity/strikes/interdicts/collective bargaining/agreements/settlements.

Johanette Rheeder Incorporated - Attorneys

Johanette Rheeder, BLC LLB (Pret), LLM (RAU) is an admitted attorney of the High Court of South Africa and Labour Law and employment equity expert, practicing under her own name from Centurion, Gauteng. Johanette, together with her team, strives to provide clients with a value added service to their business at the highest professional and ethical standard. Johanette has more than 24 years’ experience of which 10 years as principal legal adviser in the Petro-chemical industry.

Ntsiki Shabangu heads up the marketing and office management at Johanette Rheeder Inc. Ntsiki has a post graduate diploma in Labour Law and a Diploma in Human Resources Development and Marketing. She is passionate about labour law and training.

 

Upcoming Training Events

Course 2 - Chairing and initiating Disciplinary Hearings - Public Workshop - 16 March 2017 @ 08:30

Course 6 - Managing day to day HR - Public Workshop - 24 March 2017 @ 08:30

CCMA Rules & Practice - Free Webinar - 28 March 2017 @ 12:00

POPI Act - Free Webinar - 4 April 2017 @ 12:00

Course 3 - Investigating and charging in Disciplinary Hearings - Public Workshop - 6 April 2017 @ 08:30

Course 8 - Conducting conciliations and arbitrations in the CCMA - Public Workshop - 11 April 2017 @ 08:30

Course 2 - Chairing and initiating Disciplinary Hearings - Public Workshop - 20 April 2017 @ 08:30

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Training Courses

A comprehensive guide to Employment Equity

Chairing and initiating Disciplinary Hearings

Investigating and charging in Disciplinary Hearings

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