Organisational Transformation and Employment Equity - CTU Training Solutions

Organisational Transformation and Employment Equity

Apply the principles of employment equity to organisational transformation.
Duration: 4 Days   |   Location : Online
Course Prerequisites:
Learners should be competent in: Computer Literacy at NQF Level 3 Mathematical Literacy at NQF Level 4 ... Show More
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Purpose of the unit standard:

A person credited with this Unit Standard is able to demonstrate an understanding of the theory of transformation, the role of organisational change in South Africa, and the Employment Equity Act (EEA) and how these impact on each other. In particular, on completion of this Unit Standard, the learner is able to:

  • See employment equity (EE)as a positive development for an organisation
  • Recognise that employment equity can favorably influence the business strategy
  • Discuss the EEA in terms of the history of the country
  • Recognise that the EEA is an integral part of the HRD strategy
  • Enhance organisational awareness of the importance of employment equity
  • Explain various concepts and principles relating to Organisational Transformation and Change Management (OT&CM)

Course Content

Specific Outcome 1: List (comprehensively) the key elements of the Employment Equity legislation

  • The key elements of Employment Equity legislation are listed in a report and presented to interested parties using appropriate media
  • An analysis is provided of the extent to which these elements feature in the Employment Equity plan of a large organisation

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Specific Outcome 2: Present an understanding of the link between employment equity and the business strategy

  • The business strategy of a company is explained using its key features as explanation
  • The link between the business and Employment Equity strategies is determined and a report written on the degree of agreement between them
  • Proposals of how the integration of the two can be improved are tabled with examples
  • The value of greater integration towards profitability is outlined with examples

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Specific Outcome 3: Determine whether the appropriate relationships exist between Employment Equity and factors impacting on it

  • A list of the factors that impact on Employment Equity is provided in writing, with examples of the role they play
  • An analysis is provided of what constitutes appropriate relationships between these factors and Employment Equity, with examples

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Specific Outcome 4: Identify non-compliance with employment equity strategy and purpose

  • The labour Practices of an organization are examined to determine the degree of compliance and non-compliance with legislation and a report written for management
  • A proposal for improvement of compliance is communicated to the Employment Equity Committee in the appropriate format
  • A proposal is presented on how the employer and employee awareness of Employment Equity can be improved in an organization with examples of what action can be taken

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CTU Training Solutions , Updated: July 17th, 2019

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