How to set achievable EE Numerical Goals and complying with Sector Target Requirements:

For small or large organisations with subsidiaries/divisions and regional operations/offices across South Africa

EE Goals are required to be set every time you have to develop a new EE Plan. There is nothing in the EE Act, Codes of Good Practices or Regulations that guide EE and HR practitioners with regard hereto. Furthermore, the 2020 EE Act Amendments will require you to align your EE Goals to your sector’s Sector Targets once this becomes law.

The process of setting achievable EE Goals, in order for them to be effective, is more complex than the meets the eye, and there are a range of factors and processes that need to be taken into consideration when setting EE Goals.

These include
  • All legal requirements and case law that impact on EE Goal setting.
  • The size of the organisation, its structures and locality of its operations.
  • For which structures and operations, if any, should EE Goals be set in large organisations?
  • Can these be aggregated to serve as the EE Goals in large organisations and, if so, how?
  • Who should you involve in EE Goal setting?
The webinar also covers:
  • How to empower line managers to take ownership of EE Goals and their achievement.
  • The correctness or otherwise of all relevant source data aspects to be used in the setting of EE Goals.
  • The different variables that impact on the number of opportunities that are likely to arise during the period of the Plan, and as a result, EE Goals setting.
  • The impact of Sector Targets on EE Goal setting. How technology can be used effectively in the setting of EE Goals.
  • Setting of Goals for Persons with Disabilities.

Who should attend?

  • CEOs
  • HR Directors
  • EE Managers
  • Transformation Managers
  • HR Managers
  • EE Coordinators
  • EE Forum/Committee Members

About your presenter

Adv. JAN MUNNIK is the founder and Managing Director of EES-SIYAKHA. Jan has specialised in EE for the past 21 years and is regarded as one of the leading experts in EE transformation in South Africa. He has delivered papers at many conferences on EE and BEE and related topics and consults to several leading blue chip organisations and Government institutions.

Attendance Certificates will be issued and the cost of the workshop can be claimed as Skills Development and Procurement points for B-BBEE.
EES-SIYAKHA is a Level 2 B-BBEE Contributor.
        • Participants are emailed all relevant training materials before and after the webinar.
        • Zoom meeting invitations will be sent out before the start of the class.
        • Breakout rooms are used for the conducting of exercises.
        • Links to recordings of sessions will be sent to participants after each webinar.

Contact: Chitola Mufalali

Phone
C: +27 60 822 5229
Email
chitola@eess.co.za