You CAN fire that problem employee!

Dear Manager,

How do you get rid of that bad apple?

You know the one – that employee who’s dragging your whole team down. The one everyone is fed up with for having to pick up extra work because he clearly still has no clue how to do his job.

You’ve spent hours and hours going through the necessary performance management steps. But now comes the tricky part.

How do you fire him?

What reason do you give for firing him?  

Never worry about the CCMA again!


There are only three ways to dismiss someone fairly…

  1. Conduct of the employee;
  2. Capacity of the employee (his ability to do his job); and
  3. Operational requirements of your business (retrenchment).

But even if you dismiss someone for a fair reason, but don’t follow the correct procedure, the CCMA will still deem it unfair!

Today I’ll show you how to fire him – legally so you’ll never have to worry about the CCMA again.        

 Don't lose at the CCMA because of a technicality!

With the Labour Law for Managers Subscription Service you’ll know how you can dismiss your employees 100% legally. What’s more, your case will be watertight and will hold up at the CCMA.

And since we all know the law’s on the employee’s side, you need to know all the tricks in the book so you can have a solid defence for saying good-bye to that slacker!

Your guide to substantively and procedurally fair dismissals

Take charge of poor performance and fire that problem employee! Legally!

Our experts have done all the hard work for. In the Labour Law for Managers Subscription Service, you’ll get everything you need to confidently dismiss employees and be sure that it was done legally.

What would you give for the opportunity to have three of South Africa’s top labour law and HR experts on your side?

Now you can!

And it’s so easy! With the Labour Law for Managers Subscription Service, you’ll have the combined experience and knowledge from more than 50 years in the industry. You won't find this anywhere else. Learn from the experts and become an expert yourself! And impress your boss with this new found knowledge.

With all the checklists and templates in Labour Law for Managers Subscription Service:

  • You’ll never miss a step in the dismissal or disciplinary process;
  • Your dismissals are always fair and legally;
  • You’ll never end up at the CCMA; or worse
  • End up paying an ex-employee thousands in compensation.

You can now dismiss an employee confidently!

Here’s a proposal for you…

I propose you never:

  • Lose a case at the CCMA for unfair dismissal;
  • You never pay an ex-employee compensation;
  • Waste your time or money on a labour lawyer; and
  • Stress about how to dismiss an employee, ever again!

What’s peace of mind worth to you?

What are you willing to pay to feel empowered and confident?

What are you willing to pay to tell that problem employee to hit the road?

It’ll cost your company thousands to keep those employees, they drag the rest of your team down and, let’s face it, if they didn’t start performing after all the effort you put into their performance management, they never will.


How would you like to dismiss someone in only half an hour?

It will only take 30 minutes of your time to go through the dismissals sections of the Labour Law for Managers Handbook and gain all the knowledge and power to dismiss an employee legally. You’ll receive all the necessary forms and templates and be able to re-use in every dismissal scenario you’re ever faced with.

Don’t take my word for it

Here’s what some of our clients, who took the handbook for a test run had to say:

“I regard this product as an outstanding source and reference and thank you for supplying us with the valuable information on how to dismiss employees when needed (more often needed than you might think!).”
Linda de Beer – Director of HR

”Just a short note, to tell you how much I appreciate this product. it helped me to say “you’re fired” and it stuck when I went to the CCMA! You saved me thousands of Rands! Thank you!”
Pieter Vorster – Business owner

“I would like to commend you and your team on an excellent resource that I am sure all your clients shares the same sentiment as I do. The information is invaluable and succinct.”
Kenan Benz – Finance Manager


Still not convinced?

Let me put it to you straight! With the Labour Law for Managers Subscription Service:

  • You'll know how to legally fire an employee;
  • You won't end up at the CCMA and you won't need to pay thousands in compensation to an ex-employee;
  • You’ll benefit from the experience and more than 50 years of knowledge of our three labour law experts;
  • You’ll have access to invaluable forms and checklists to ensure you don’t miss a step in the dismissal or disciplinary process.


30 day money back guarantee

Don’t take my word for it, try it for yourself!

I’m so convinced this service is going to help you that I’m offering you a 100% money-back guarantee for the next 30 days.  

If during these 30 days, the Labour Law for Managers Subscription Service can’t give you all the information you need to fire an employee legally simply send it back and we’ll give you a full refund.

You have nothing to lose.


What information will you find in the Labour Law for Managers – Practical Handbook?

Here are just SOME of the other topics and issues covered in the Handbook!

  • 10 Clauses you must include in your employment contracts;
  • How to reduce absenteeism and deal with deserters;
  • All your questions answered about leave;
  • How to deal with probation effectively and legally;
  • The A-Z of disciplinary hearings: Investigation, notification, preparation, suspension, evidence, legal representation and more;
  • How to implement a disciplinary process that increases performance and not litigation: Sample warnings, codes of conduct, levels of offence, types of discipline, sample policy and more;
  • What you can and can’t ask in an interview;
  • The legal dos and don’ts when advertising for a position;
  • Your six-step employment equity plan;
  • What to do when a grievance is reported;
  • How to deal with trade unions;
  • How to prevent and prepare for strikes, and deal with a strike misconduct; and
  • Bargaining council, CCMA, SETA and Department of Labour contact details.
All tips, recommendations and information in the Labour Law for Managers Practical Handbook are 100% legal, and checked by two independent consultants.
In each case you'll receive:
  • Practical advice explained in simple English;
  • Step-by-step instructions;
  • Checklists;
  • Proven sample contracts and letters;
  • Real life case studies; and
  • Each and every item referenced and justified.
Our Panel of Experts

Lizle Louw - Contributor

Head of Employment Law at ENSAfrica
Lizle is an admitted attorney and conveyancerLizle specialises in employment law, occupational safety and mine health and safety. She acts for a diverse range of clients in the mining and retail industries. Lizle’s general practice includes litigation in the CCMA, Bargaining Councils, Labour Court and Labour Appeal Court, drafting of employment and safety related policies and training of line managers on all employment related matters. 

Lizle holds the following qualifications: BComm Law (University of Johannesburg) LLB (University of Johannesburg) Certificate in International Criminal Law (University of Antwerp)


Kirstin van Bever Donker 

Independent Consultant
Kirstin’s career began in early 2005 when, after moving to South Africa from Australia, she joined Guy & Associates, a firm specialising in employment law and industrial relations. In 2007 Kirstin and her family moved to the United States of America. Having always been a strong believer in the power of having a diverse skill set and being a lover of mathematics and physics, Kirstin used her time in the USA to cultivate these skills completing graduate qualifications in both disciplines. She now consults independently on labour and HR matters in South Africa.

Wouter Van Heerden 

Independent Consultant
Wouter has a B.Com Honours Degree, Labour Relations. Previously he worked for a well-known Employers Organisation in North West where he gained valuable experience in all aspects of HR and Labour Law.
He currently works for a national company as HR Manager – and handles BBBEE, Skills development, all IR related matters, Performance Management, Payroll Control and supervision, Wellness, Employment Equity, SHEQ Issues, Recruitment, Operational Issues.
Ulrich Stander
Managing partner, co-founder and director of Maserumule Consulting
After working for some time in a senior legal position in the corporate environment, Ulrich commenced practice as an employment law and employment relations lawyer. He has participated in various sessions on the Harvard Law School Negotiation Programme.

Ulrich co-authored a book on employment law in practice and occasionally presents guest lectures on employment law and employee relations programmes at the Stellenbosch University Graduate School of Business.

Marleen Potgieter

Managing Director at Equity Works
Marleen assisted in the drafting of the Employment Equity Act and her specialties include employment structures in the workplace, mediation and dispute management.

As an HR Consultant, Marleen’s focus is to facilitate and enhance relationships between different groups. She specialises in conflict management, with specific focus on best practices to overcome the challenge of resistance from employee when it comes to EE implementation.

Johria van den Bergh
Admitted advocate 
Johria has been involved in labour litigation for more than 11 years at the Labour Court, the CCMA, the MEIBC and the GPSSBC. She has assisted companies and small businesses in re-evaluating their disciplinary codes, disciplinary procedures and training the staff in the proper application of the disciplinary process especially in light of the new decision in favour of the CCMA, a proper application of the disciplinary process has become a matter of cardinal importance.

  Yes! I want dismiss an employee legally!

And this is just the start

The Labour Law for Managers Practical Handbook comes with an essential updating service, the special report: Say "You're Fired!" and Make it Stick, access to the 24/7 expert labour and HR advice helpdesk and five bonus labour and HR resources to help you stay out of the CCMA.

You'll also immediately receive FIVE FREE BONUS GIFTS to help you take the hassle out of managing, hiring and firing employees!


Combined, these gifts have a total value of R1 200 - Yours absolutely free

To welcome you as the newest subscriber, you’ll get instant access to help solve all your labour and HR problems, with these five FREE gifts and services:

  1. You’ll find out how you can show an employee the door without landing up at the CCMA.
  2. You have access to a personalised Labour and HR Helpdesk service where a team of labour law experts are available 24/7 to answer your specific questions.
  3. Little-known ways to reduce absenteeism, so you can put a stop to employees abusing time off.
  4. How to get rid of that employee who isn't performing.
  5. Policy Toolkit: Policies to hire, fire and manage your employees.


Total Value R2 999

But you only pay R999 
(And it's backed with my 100% satisfaction guarantee) 


The Labour Law for Managers Practical Handbook is developed by labour and HR experts, who individually charge their clients over R1 000 an hour, but here you pay just R999 for their 24/7 advice.


The full subscription is valued at only R2 999…. which is a pittance, if you think what paying an employee 24 months' salary if you lose at the CCMA will cost you!

Today, you can secure the full subscription for as little as R999 excl VAT - a massive R2 000 saving.

Your entire package includes:

The 558 page Labour Law for Managers Handbook Valued at R1 799
Say "You're fired!" and make it stick Valued at R199
Free expert advice to solve your labour and HR problems Valued at R599
Little-known ways to reduce absenteeism Valued at R139
How to get rid of that employee who isn't performing Valued at R129
Policy Toolkit: Policies to hire, fire and manage your employees Valued at R129

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Annabel Koffman
FSP Business Publisher

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