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“Using EE Act Compliance as Lever to Achieve real Transformation in the Workplace post Amendments”

TDCI,EES-SIYAKHA and SABPP are proud to present the 7th Annual Employment Equity, Diversity and Transformation (EEDT) Summit from 19 to 21 April 2016 at the Sunnyside Park Hotel, Parktown, Johannesburg.

The theme of the 2016 EEDT Summit is:
Using EE Act Compliance as Lever to Achieve real Transformation in the Workplace post Amendments”  

Who should attend?

  • HR Directors, Executives and Heads of HR
  • EE Managers
  • HR Managers responsible for EE/Change Management
  • Diversity/Transformation Managers
  • Persons responsible for B-BBEE
  • EE Committee/Forum Chairpersons and Members
Fees per delegate (excluding VAT)
Options Price (ex VAT)
  • Day One of the Summit only:  Tuesday 19 April
  • Two-Day Workshop: Wednesday 20 to Thursday 21 April
  • Full Three-Day Summit : Tuesday 19 to Thursday 21 April

R 3 350.00
R 5 450.00
R 7 850.00

Discounted fees available (discounts cannot be combined)
  • Group registration of four or more delegates from the same company will be eligible for a R1 000.00 discount per delegate.
  • We offer a 20% discount for out-of-town delegates.
  Topics include:
  • Analysis of the 15th EE Commission Report: How we can move forward to achieve transformation
  • BMW Case Study: Moving from EE (non) compliance to the embracement of EE transformation and improved B-BBEE EE & MC Scores
  • Case Study: St Peter's School – Building a Black Teacher Pipeline from less privileged areas
  • Case Study: Mainstreaming disability through your EE Plan process
  • Moving the South African workplace from hesitant EE compliance to a place of true transformation 
  • The toxic impact of Exclusion: Organisations find it easy to measure turn-over, but do we measure turn-under?


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