Can you afford a 52% salary increase for all your employees?

Discover how to stand up to striking employees and even completely avoid strikes with the A-Z Guide to Preventing and Managing Strikes...


A-Z Guide to Preventing and Managing Strikes
If you have 100 employees and they earn an average of R3,000 a month then you’re already  paying R300,000 in monthly salaries. That’s R3.6 million a year!

But what if your employees were to go on strike and demand an increase of up to 52% and you’re forced to meet their demands?

You’ll be forced to pay each employee an extra R1,560 a month. That extra R156,000 a month will bring your total yearly salary payment to R5.4 million! 
 
If that happens, will you be able to afford to keep all of your employees or even keep your company running?
 
And don’t say it won’t happen to you. A recent strike by South African farm workers shows just how much a strike action can cost.
 
They demanded a pay increase and farmers landed up giving their workers a 52% increase. And all that did was leave even more unrest and job losses.
 
How can you avoid falling victim to striking employees?
 
Today, you have the opportunity to discover how to legally avoid meeting high strike demands or better yet completely avoid strikes...

All it takes is the right knowledge to manage striking employees

You see, when it comes to strikes most business owners aren’t fully prepared...
 

They don’t know how to deal with work stoppages, financial loss, trade unions and worst of all the CCMA.
 

But as unexpected as strikes are, you can ensure that you’re always on top of the strike action.
 

All you need is the right knowledge to help you manage strikes and striking employees the right way...
 

You can even avoid strikes completely! Let’s face it you’d rather be doing business than dealing with avoidable strikes and CCMA issues...
 

But if strikes can be avoided then why is there still so many strikes taking place?
 

Because not all companies have been introduced to the A-Z Guide to Preventing and Managing Strikes.
 

And the companies that have been introduced to it had the following to say:

The best investment our company has made.” L De Lira

Firstly, I would like to congratulate you on publishing such a great manual that has easy and friendly reference points, in all my 22 years as an HR Manager I have never come across such user friendly and accurate material.”  M Jordaan, HR Manager

Deal with striking workers legally every step of the way

The A-Z Guide to Preventing and Managing Strikes, compiled the team of experts who brought you the Labour Law Handbook, providing you with the right step-by-step knowledge on how to effectively and legally manage strikes and striking employees.
 

It’ll help you: 

- Navigate your way through the 8 techniques you can use to avoid strikes

- Understand relevant documents you’ll need and steps you’ll need to take to dismiss illegal striking employees 

- Enter into effective discussions with trade unions so the strike can quickly be resolved

- Avoid making the same mistakes made during other strikes so you don’t land up at the cleaners

- With this guide, you’ll no longer need to fear being taken to the CCMA or even having to fork out unnecessary money to employees who demand unfeasible wage increases...

- Discover the three essential components of a strike

Starting today you have the upper hand when it comes to strikes

Today, you’ll have the power to effectively deal with those frustrating strikes and be able to legally dismiss those nagging employees.
 
For only R435.96 (excl..VAT), the A-Z Guide to Preventing and Managing Strikes can help you deal with those unwanted strike issues...
 
R435.96 (excl. VAT) doesn’t even come close to how much you’ll fork out to employees who make you give into their wage demands or the amount you’ll spend on legal fees if you’re taken to the CCMA for wrongfully dismissing a striking employee.
 
 
Order today and have peace of mind when it comes to strikes...

 
Here’s to managing strikes the right way...
 
 
Rachel Paterson, FSP Business
 
P.S. Plus if you order today, you’ll have complete peace of mind with the 30-day money-back guarantee...This means that not only will you be able to confidently deal with strikes, but if at any point during that period you feel that Your Complete Guide to Preventing and Managing Strikes can’t help you during a strike, you can return the CD and you’ll get a full refund.

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Yes! I’d like to order A-Z Guide to Preventing and Managing Strikes so I’ll have everything I need to try prevent and manage striking employees.

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