Effective Labour and Employee Relations Management
5 July 2018
Good industrial relations improve the morale of the employees allowing them to work with great zeal and with the feeling that the interest of employer and employees is one and the same. Hence, the DCC welcomes Julie Harries from Brett Purdon Attorneys & Labour Arbitrators. She will be presenting case studies on employee relations, labour disputes and best practice to provide members with examples on how best to manage difficult employee relations matters at their firms.
The Durban Chemicals Cluster (DCC) invites members to join in a workshop on Effective Labour and Employee Relations Management.
Trade, Tariffs and Rebates: Maximizing benefit on imports and exports
1 August 2018
The Durban Chemicals Cluster (DCC) through its Investment and Growth Programme aims to ensure the competitiveness and growth of the chemicals sector and that export-driven growth drives the industry forward. Maximizing benefit from rebates and understanding tariffs is essential for managing an effective import/export business. The DCC therefore welcomes you to a presentation on Trade, Tariffs and Rebates by Bashni Maistry of Santia Customs and Excise Consulting.
African Chemicals Imbizo
24 – 25 October 2018
The 2018 African Chemicals Imbizo brings the sub-Saharan chemicals industry together to discuss the critical and collective issues it faces, gain insights from speakers and network with colleagues and stakeholders
Graduate Development Programme 2018
17 July 2018 to 04 April 2019.
Accelerating Graduates’ workplace readiness and ability to deliver value to their firm
The DCC’s Graduate Development Programme equips graduates with the necessary skills to tackle the demands of the chemicals manufacturing workplace. With 30 graduates this popular training programme has proved successful at enabling participants’ growth and development. Participants are provided with holistic, chemicals sector specific business skills and equipped to work as competent employees in their functional areas.