Every year, the SALLR team presents a seminar covering the latest developments in employee relations, labour law, human resources and organisational change. More recently, the seminar also includes an analysis of the earnings data of the working population of South Africa. This year, particular attention will be paid to developments that affect the employer/employee relationship during the COVID-19 lockdown and post such lockdown.
The 36th SALLR annual seminar will be broadcast live, from 12 August to 3 September 2020 – the best way to describe this experience is that it is like watching television in the comfort and safety of delegates’ offices or homes.
The SALLR team has developed a unique exhibition platform that allows exhibitors maximum interaction with delegates during the upcoming five live broadcast sessions. There are also various exhibition placement opportunities that will expose exhibitors to the premier SALLR delegate group.
Should you wish to join us on this journey, kindly complete the exhibitor application form and forward same to Taryn van der Merwe at firstname.lastname@example.org. Should you have any queries, also kindly contact Taryn van der Merwe on 041 373 4322.
It is apparent that government initially took the viewpoint that vaccination against Covid-19 should not be compulsory. However, it appears that the recently-promulgated Consolidated Directions on Occupational Health and Safety Measures (‘the Directions’) signifies a very different approach.