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Schoemanlaw Inc.
Please note that the Final regulations for South Africa's Coronavirus lockdown were published on 25 March 2020
Schoemanlaw Inc.
South Africans are in a state of COVID-19 information overload and Employers and Employees alike are finding themselves in circumstances where information is either unreliable or presently...
Schoemanlaw Inc.
Disputes relating to promotional disputes are covered by unfair labour practices as defined in the Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995 (as amended) ("the Act"). Section 186(2) of the Act sets out the ...
Schoemanlaw Inc.
Constructive Dismissal is defined in Section 186 of the Labour Relations Act ("the Act") which sets out the meaning of dismissal in terms of the Act.
ENSafrica
In light of South African President Cyril Ramaphosa's speech on the country's response to the Coronavirus last night, there are a number of new questions that we anticipate will be plaguing employers.
Schoemanlaw Inc.
A contagious disease known as Coronavirus or COVID-19 ("the Virus") was first detected in China in December 2019 and has since regrettably spread worldwide. The World Health Organization ("the WHO")
ENSafrica
The right to strike is enshrined in section 23 of the South African Constitution and regulated in some detail in the Labour Relations Act, 1995 ("LRA").
ENSafrica
In the context of the Coronavirus outbreak worldwide, business and entrepreneurs are busy developing strategies and practical ways to mitigate and manage the risks associated with disruption...
Fasken
There is no doubt that gender inequality lies at the heart of most of the problems in our society. It is foundational to violence and abuse of women which is the focus of the 16 days of Activism.
ENSafrica
When dealing with a workplace issue, an employer should be careful to identify the problem in question correctly so that the appropriate steps are taken.
Schoemanlaw Inc.
Suspension of Employees is a common occurrence in the workplace. Accordingly, Employers should be aware of the correct processes and procedures which must be...
Schoemanlaw Inc.
As the world's focus once again shifts to the west and its most recent and controversial presidential appointment, questions relating to border...
Werksmans Attorneys
The provisions in the Basic Conditions of Employment Act 75 of 1997 relating to parental, adoption and commissioning parental leave came into effect on 1 January 2020.
Werksmans Attorneys
Whether an act of dishonesty would lead to a breach in the trust relationship so as to render the continuation of employment intolerable.
Werksmans Attorneys
A recent case decided by the South African High Court has examined the curious interplay of an employee's rights as they arise from both the written contract of employment and, at the same...
Bowmans
Constitutional Court has confirmed the constitutionality of two key sections of the Labour Relations Act that are pertinent to employers contemplating retrenchments.
ENSafrica
Majoritarianism, South African courts have acknowledged, is the concept that the will of the majority is favoured over the will of the minority in serving the legislative purpose...
Adams & Adams
For some time, section 27 of the Basic Conditions Employment Act ("BCEA") entitled employees to a minimum of four days of family responsibility leave ...
Schoemanlaw Inc.
It is the unfortunate state of affairs that sexual harassment in the workplace constantly rears its ugly head
Bowmans
The Labour Laws Amendment Act 10 of 2018 (LLA Act), which introduces new forms of leave for parents in South Africa (in addition to the existing maternity leave entitlement), was signed into law
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