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- Important: each "section" must have one, and only one, inner container (element group) for the section content. The outer margins of this sub-container set minimum distances from section boundaries.
 
- The "Horizontal" button in the "Selection" menu controls the automatic centering of an element. 

- To change the order of elements - i.e. place an element below another in a "relative" positioned container (like most of the content in the sections), use the Element Explorer on the left: green "arrow buttons" will appear when it is possible to change the order. Icons under an element and above the element group allow to put elements onto the same "line" and modify alignment.
 
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http://wiki.openelement.com/en/index.php?title=Responsive_Templates_%22Centered%22
 
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To change the menu’s links: edit, copy-paste, or delete the Link Elements within. 
 
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Labour, Employment, & Human Resources law
"Training in law by professionals at law"
  Introduction to Labour Law for employees
“It’s not you, it’s me…” 

Each delegate of each one of our training sessions will receive a copy of the relevant act/s being referred to during the course of the programme 
 
Each programme is developed to be completed in one day 
 
We do not believe in or follow a “one- size- fits- all” approach and as such can also tailor programme packages according to your unique needs or if a more detailed programme is required, training programmes lasting 2 and 3 days can be presented 
 
Practical examples and application will form part of each programme 

 Work is fundamental to definitions of self and provides status, esteem and meaning to those persons sufficiently fortunate to be engaged in it. The loss of employment especially in economies with high levels of unemployment, such as South Africa with an unemployment rate approximated at 26.4 %, will often have devastating personal consequences for the worker and the workers family as a whole. That being said the importance of economic growth should remain in balance with the concept of social conscience ensuring sustainable development for employees and employers alike. 
 
The aim of this workshop is empowering the employee through knowledge and in knowing the rules and consequences associated with transgressing these rules, saving the employer both time and resources dealing with work place or work related conflicts associated with ignorance.  

- Who is an employee?  
o It’s not as straight forward as it may sound 

- Why is this an important fact to know and what about the mechanisms to regulate the relationship which include
  
 Labour Relations Act 
 Basic Conditions of Employment Act 
 Employment Equity Act  

o The interaction between the above mechanisms and the 1996 Constitution of South Africa  
- Vicarious liability 

o Claims by third parties against employees who caused damage through their wrongful acts in the course of their employment is regulated by the doctrine of vicarious liability. However this concept must be placed in perspective, which will be done with practical examples in order to clarify the two most obvious questions  

o How does this affect me as an employee? 

o How does it affect the employer? 
 - Restraint of Trade Clauses  

o A restraint of trade agreement typically provides that after termination of a contract of employment for whatever the reason the employee is prohibited from performing similar work in competition with his former employer.  

o What does this mean to the employee? How could such an agreement possibly be legal if it appears so unfair?  

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