Basic Conditions of Employment

The Basic Conditions of Employment Act (BCEA) is a labour law in South Africa that sets out the minimum employment conditions that employers must provide to their employees. The BCEA establishes the basic rights and obligations of employers and employees in the employment relationship. It is a crucial piece of legislation that aims to protect the rights of workers and ensure fair labour practices in South Africa.

The BCEA is part of a broader labour law framework in South Africa that includes other laws and regulations, such as the Labour Relations Act and the Employment Equity Act. These laws collectively aim to promote fair labour practices, protect workers’ rights, and address employment-related issues in the country.

It’s important to note that labour laws can change over time, so individuals and employers in South Africa should refer to the most recent version of the Basic Conditions of Employment Act and seek legal advice if they have questions or concerns about compliance with labour regulations.

Course Index

  • Purpose of this act
  • Application of this act
  • Inclusion of provisions in contracts of employment
  • This act not affected by agreements
  • Major features of the BCEA (Basic Conditions of Employment Act)
  • Employment conditions commission
  • Sectoral determinations
  • Working hours
  • Leave entitlement
  • Particulars of employment and remuneration
  • Termination of employment
  • Record keeping
  • Monitoring and enforcement
  • Legal proceedings
  • Protection of employees against discrimination

Date

May 23 2024
Expired!

Time

8:30 am - 2:00 pm

VENUE

MICROSOFT TEAMS
Microsoft Teams

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