ABOUT OUR COMPANY
WHO WE ARE

Lungile Mtiya & Associates aims to provide a one-stop for all Human Resources and Labour Relations services to it’s clients. It is based in Sandton with branches in a number of major cities throughout South Africa.

Lungile Mtiya & Associates have a level 1 B-BBEE rating.

OUR UNIQUENESS
  • We do not tell you what to do, we do it with you
  • We do not operate in a pool system, every client gets special attention from us
  • Services are rendered either at the client’s premises or any other premises suitable/agreed by both parties, or at the client’s reasonable convenience.
  • And lastly our aim is to be Hope Merchants for our clients and we will take care of our client’s business interests
OUR MISSION STATEMENT

Lungile Mtiya & Associates intend to build long-term relationships with its clients by providing efficient and effective quality labour relations & human resources services.

OUR VISION

To be the best business partner and service provider to all our clients, in all aspects related to labour relations & human resources.

OUR VALUES
EXCELLENCE
INTEGRITY
TRUST
PROFESSIONALISM
THE ASSOCIATES

Lungile Mtiya and Associates as a South African business understands the concept and the importance of the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment, hence the use of associates in most of the big businesses that we conduct. The South African economy is mostly supported by the Small Enterprises and these share in building the economy of the country. Lungile Mtiya and Associates shared within the business its projects with companies that are small with experience within both the corporate and government business operating within the Human Capital environment. These companies have a wide range of experience e.g. Human Capital Consulting, EmployeeRelations, Union representatives, Labour Lawyers, Legal, Recruitment, Training and Development, Organisational Development amongst others.

THE LEADERSHIP

Prior to joining McDonald’s South Africa Lungile Mtiya was employed as a Human Resources Consultant at Super Group Automotive Parts (Denver). She undertook all functions related to recruitment, industrial relations, training & development, induction, performance management, employment equity & HR special projects.

She serviced +- 60 branches pertaining to all human resources & labour relations issues & demonstrated high work ethics, integrity and efficiency in all her tasks.

During her employment at McDonald’s South Africa, she presented and facilitated all labour relations courses for the entire group. She also conducted training on people practices, employment conditions and performance reviews. She also represented McDonalds at the Bargaining Council for Catering, Food, Restaurant & Allied Foods and CCMA.

Lungile was a part time lecturer at the University of Johannesburg in 2007, lecturing Advanced Industrial Relations for postgraduate students – BTech Human Resources Management & Industrial Relations 2 for 3rd year students (National Diploma in Human Resources Management & Retail Business Management students – Soweto Campus & Bunting Road Campus).

She is a Part time Commissioner at the CCMA, Johannesburg Regio nal Office. She also is a Part time Panelist at the following Bargaining Councils: Statutory Bargaining Council for Printing, Media & Packaging Industries, The Bargaining Council for the Restaurant, Catering & Allied Foods and Metal & Engineering Bargaining Council (MEIBC).

… In a nutshell, the focus is not in the number of clients but rather the quality and effective service we render to our clients.

Lungile is a dynamic candidate with various qualifications to he r name. She holds post graduate degrees in Employment Relations / Labour Law & Human Resources Management. She also has completed a Master’s Degree in Labour Law & Employment Relations at the University of Johannesburg. Her dissertation was “The Effect of Discipline in an Employment Relationship”. Her experience and academic background have well prepared her to excel in a diverse, challenging environment with lots of accountability. She has formed strategic partnerships with other organizations and has a pool of associates with a specific intention of offering and exposing clients to the best in employee relations and human resources field. Lungile is a member of SASLAW (membership number” 1474) and has attended an accredited Workplace Mediator Skills Training by Conflict Dynamics.

Lungile has been part of a project for diversity training for all Anglo-American Platinum mines across South Africa in which she researched the manifestation of racism, sexism, favoritism and discrimination in the mining sector as well as implementing a diversity programme for all Anglo-American Platinum mines.

Lungile has also been appointed as Service provider to Anglo-American Platinum mines since 2012. The aim of the programme was to assist natural work teams throughout Anglos’ operations & assist employees with healing after the labour unrest and section 189 restructuring. Lungile has been appointed as a none executive director at Sodexo Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd and is an external chairperson of the employees’ trust fund.

Lungile has completed the Women on Board course run by Business & Professional Women (BPW) in partnership with the Department of Trade & Industry (the DTI) and under the banner of the UN Global Compact of UN Women.

This course is designed to discover, train and deploy female management talent by strengthening the participation of women on boards. For the DTI, empowering women to participate fully in the country’s economy across all sectors is essential in order to build a stronger economy, achieve internationally agreed goals for development and sustainability, and improve the quality of life for women, men, families and communities. Training is conducted on various aspects of leadership including governance, ethics, risk management, sustainability and integrated reporting.

You may ask: “Anything unique about Lungile Mtiya & Associates?”

In a nutshell, the focus is not in the number of clients but rather the quality and effective service we render to our clients.

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WORK WITH US

Lungile Mtiya & Associates has a wide array of human resources and labour relations skills and/or expertise, not limited to the following;

Human Resources Business Partnering
Employee Relations Consulting
Training and Development
Resourcing
Organisational Development
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TESTIMONIALS
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Mandisile Tamsanqa
Pepsico
Employee Relations Manager

The quality of training material was of a high standard, with an exceptionally educative, thoughtful, and brain-storming learning content. The trainer is a subject matter expert, has imparted a level of skill and competence that is of the highest quality, which has elevated an identifiable, esteemed knowledge and confidence in the field of labour relations. We remain pleased and satisfied to this end.

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Edmund Monare
RAPX Group
CEO

Lungile Mtiya & Associates is currently our appointed service provider to assist with the full spectrum of the Human Resources Services. We have found their quality of work and attention to detail to be very impressive and present their expertise in the Human Resources discipline’s full value chain. We are looking forward to a continued working relationship.

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Nsukuza Xhoko
Executive Director

During the past 7 years, our company has been working with Lungile Mtiya and Associates. The company offers high-quality services. We can say that we have always been satisfied with their work. In our opinion, it has been the knowledge and the skills and knowledge that the company has which resulted in such impressive results.

Mbulelo Mayikana
Mayikana Consulting
Managing Director

Lungile Mtiya has been a Consultant at Mayikana Consulting for the past 6 years. Areas of her focus have been organizational development transformation and labour relations. Her presence in the company has been highly beneficial for both the company and herself. I would highly recommend her to any company for services she specialises in.

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Audrey Mareme
GEMS
Senior Manager

Lungile Mtiya & Associates have been providing us with training services from June 2019 to date. They are assisting us with training on Human Resources, Labour Relations and soft skills. We are very pleased with their work and are in a long-term business relationship with the company.

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Bheki Macheve
Kudumane Manganese Resources
Human Resources Manager

We have worked with Lungile Mtiya and Associates since 2017 whey they have provided us with the Human Resources consulting services on an ad hoc basis. Lungile Mtiya and Associates as a company, always maintain a very professional work ethic and are very strategically inclined in their providing their consulting services. They have proven to have an in-depth understanding of the back to back Human Resources discipline.

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3 Sixty Global Solutions Group

Lungile Mtiya and Associates has assisted our organisation in complying with the Code of Good Practise to the benefit of all employees and stakeholders. They have assisted us with at 360 turn-around in our organisation  from the development, designing, drafting & compiling of sexual harassment workshop materials as well as the facilitation of this workshop. We found them to be experts in their fields and most professionals

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Lesley Masia
Caltex Croydon
Chairman

Lungile Mtiya & Associates has assisted us and presided as independent Chairperson over a delicate disciplinary hearing of one of the Executives. In later years and more recently, she has provided professional assistance in a similar capacity presiding over disciplinary matters and providing advice on various Labour Relations matters for Masia Investment Holdings ( Pty} Ltd and its subsidiaries. I have found to organisation to possess above average knowledge of the labour relations terrain and its practical application in diverse industries and circumstances. She has displayed capacity to deliver on any assignment, and has a professional acumen that is quite impressive in its adequacy.

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Serepong Rahab
Anglo-American Platinum
Head of HRD and Transformation

Lungile Mtiya & Associates has over the past 5 years provided training for Anglo Platinum, as a contracted Facilitator. They were facilitating transformation workshops on Personal Change. They have shown the capability of facilitating at different levels of the organization, especially within the lower level employees whom mostly are illiterate. They have successfully applied the “Training for Learning” methodology.

Mandisile Masanga Tamsanqa
Sub Sahara Africa
Employee Relations Manager

Lungile Mtiya from Lungile Mtiya Associates presented a Labour Relations Training to our Human Resource Managers and Shop Stewards on the 6th to 8th of August at our Isando Manufacturing Plant. Lungile will also be offering the same training from the 21 to the 23rd of August in Western Cape and KZN Simba branches. Lungile’s extensive knowledge, experience, broad understanding and proper application of the country’s labour law is exceptional.

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Themba Manganyi
Metal and Engineering Industries Bargaining Council
General Manager

Lungile Mtiya is an accredited commissioner and she also serves in the panel of commissioners at the Metal and Engineering Industries Bargaining Council (MEIBC). She has been accredited since 01 May 2008 and is competent in presiding over statutory disputes, chairing disciplinary inquiries, facilitating training and relationship building by initiatives/objectives (RBI RBO), and conducting investigations. Lungile is reliable, knowledgeable and professional in her conduct.

CONFIDENTIALITY STATEMENT

Lungile Mtiya and Associates are under a professional obligation not to disclose to any third-party clients confidential information or any information that belongs to our clients.

Lungile Mtiya and Associates shall not, whether during the continuance of their engagement hereunder or at any point in time thereafter, directly or indirectly use to the detriment or prejudice of the client, nor divulge to any person, any trade secrets or any other confidential information concerning the business or affairs of the client which may have come to our knowledge, except and to the extent to which it may be necessary during the proper fulfillment of our duties of consultancy services or as required by law from time to time.