Results for: "Industrial Relations Consultants" - "Negotiations" in "Randburg, South Africa"

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6 10th Av

10th Av

Johannesburg

2192

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.15745

28.06016

Industrial relations consultants

Industrial relations consultants are professionals who are in the business of providing onsite labour consulting services to people. They work on behalf of their clients just like lawyers. When companies are venturing into business, these can be consulted to fully understand the environment. For example, they will know how other companies in the same business will react to the newly started company.

Hence they will draft and negotiate disciplinary and workplace codes on behalf of their clients. In simple terms, they will tell their clients what and what not to do the moment they start operating.
Industrial relation consultants can also research and look for the best contracts that they think will be best for their clients. They negotiate wage and substantive agreements with other companies. 

These consultants can also determine the financial situation of a company and provide necessary ideas that can best suit the situation at hand. For example, they can guide employers through organisational restructuring exercises such as retrenchments, redundancies, changing conditions of employment and assisting with leading the consultation and negotiation processes. They also guide employers not to do things that can lead them into trouble, for example, firing an employee without following procedures defined by the labour laws.

Industrial relations consultants

Industrial relations consultants are professionals who are in the business of providing onsite labour consulting services to people. They work on behalf of their clients just like lawyers. When companies are venturing into business, these can be consulted to fully understand the environment. For example, they will know how other companies in the same business will react to the newly started company.

Hence they will draft and negotiate disciplinary and workplace codes on behalf of their clients. In simple terms, they will tell their clients what and what not to do the moment they start operating.
Industrial relation consultants can also research and look for the best contracts that they think will be best for their clients. They negotiate wage and substantive agreements with other companies. 

These consultants can also determine the financial situation of a company and provide necessary ideas that can best suit the situation at hand. For example, they can guide employers through organisational restructuring exercises such as retrenchments, redundancies, changing conditions of employment and assisting with leading the consultation and negotiation processes. They also guide employers not to do things that can lead them into trouble, for example, firing an employee without following procedures defined by the labour laws.
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