Six Point Step To An Ideal EE Plan
Equity Works will: Train your staff to know what the EEA says and what is required of you. Hold a strategy session with EXCO on EE implementation and the direction of the company. Guide you through the nomination of the EE Forum and train them thoroughly, so they know what to. Facilitate the EE Forum to plan and implement EE in a practical way aligned with business ideals. Ensure Compliance. Conduct an analysis to remove any barriers that may impede your employees reaching their full potential.
Train your staff to know what the EEA says and whom to vote for
Hold a strategy session with EXCO on EE implementation and the direction of the company
Guide you through the nomination of the EE Forum and train them thoroughly, so they know what to do
Facilitate the EE Forum on how to plan and implement EE
Prepare you to report to the Dept of Labour
Assist with practical steps on Implementation
Two Phases To EE Implementation
The expertise that we have built over the past 20 years allows us to facilitate both the planning phase and implementation phase of your transformation process
Designing an EE Plan and Implementing and Driving EE in the workplace.
We also provide training on: Employment Equity Training for Managers; Employment Equity Presentation to EXCO; Training your EE Forum on Employment Equity planning and implementation; Reviving your EE Forum. We custom build your training to your needs, phone us for a quote. 0836272916 or email@example.com.
- 1 Hour Breakfast session with EXCO – your senior managers must understand the need for and the importance of EE
- Staff sensitization session so that they know how to nominate an EE Forum and know what their involvement is in the EE process
- Nomination of a representative and participative EE Forum
- Extensive training of the EE Forum on roles and responsibilities; and process
- Facilitation of EE Forum on the design of the EE Plan
We guide the EE Forum on real implementation. Most companies get unstuck at this point. We help you design an implementation strategy that addresses not only the quantitative targets that you have set, but also puts in place real qualitative goals.
By law, it is compulsory to conduct an analysis of your workplace to make sure no barriers are experienced by any of your employees. This is an ideal opportunity to uncover any issues your people may have and provides business information enabling you to address these and make changes to enhance productivity.
This is probably the most critical part of your EE process, other than setting goals and targets. Barrier identification goes to the heart of your culture, what is really happening in your organisation and what people feel about their ability to be nurtured and reach their full potential. You cannot remove unfair discrimination without such an audit, nor can you implement proper Affirmative Action measures without knowing exactly what the actual issues are in your workplace.
Do you know what your managers are doing at the coal face, when they deal with people?
Do you know what employees say and do to each other that may be discriminatory and expose you to risk (especially in the era of Social Media?)
You can only really know if you conduct an audit that is designed to uncover what is really happening – even if you have the best policies in place. Our expertise lies in 2 approaches to uncovering the barriers specific to your environment: We design confidential surveys and have years of experience in facilitating Focus Group discussions around barriers. Both are recommended by the Department of Labour as GOOD PRACTICE.
Not only do we give you accurate survey results, but we analyse the information, and workshop the analyses with the EE Forum to give you accurate business information that you can address.
Our expertise lies in our facilitation of the discussion in companies – thereby allowing companies to design their own solutions.
Managing Millennials and Generation Z
Managing employees from the younger generation has become an increasing challenge for managers. What are the barriers and how can we create enhanced co-operation within teams, that may have different approaches on how to get things done?
Training your Employees on EE
All companies, who must comply with Employment Equity, have to submit a report each year by the 15th January on the previous year to the Department of Employment and Labour. We train both the relevant employees and your EE Forum to know exactly what to do.