Table of Contents Part A -Workplace Discipline and Dismissal Part B - The Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) and Bargaining Councils Part C: Employment Equity Part D: Equal Pay/ Remuneration for Work of Equal Value Part E: Basic Conditions of Employment Part F: Human Resources and Common Workplace Challenges Part G: Retrenchments Part … Continue reading The 2017 edition of the Labour Law and Employment Manual is now available
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Basic Labour Relations Full Day Workshop 22 June 2017: Southern Sun: OR Tambo International Airport Module 1 – General Insubordination Job Descriptions & Extra duties Absenteeism & Medical certificates Smoking in the workplace Module 2 – The Code of Good Practice on Dismissal Schedule 8: The Code of Good Practice on dismissals Fair reasons … Continue reading Workshops
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The employment of foreigners in South Africa is regulated by the Immigration Act 13 of 2002, as amended (“the Immigration Act”). The Immigration Act provides for the admission of foreigners to, their residence in and departure from South Africa and matters connected therewith including the ability of foreigners to work in South Africa. The Immigration Act is … Continue reading Employing Foreigners ANSWERED
PREMIER FOODS (PTY) LTD (NELSPRUIT) v COMMISSION FOR CONCILIATION, MEDIATION AND ARBITRATION and GLEN CORMACK N.O. and MAROPENG STEWARD LEKOKOTLA (case no: JR 2103 / 12) (8 November 2016), before Snyman, AJ. “The LRA permits councils and the CCMA to arbitrate disputes immediately if conciliation fails. The process of ‘con-arb’ collapses the normal two-phase process … Continue reading CASE STUDY
Question: An employee fell ill and was unable to perform his duties as his condition deteriorated day by day. The employer took him to the doctor, who only provided a sick note. The employee exhausted his sick leave during this period, and has subsequently been off sick for several months. The employer had to appoint … Continue reading Employee sick for several weeks
Policies and Procedures 29 March 2017: Emperors Palace: Convention Centre Module 1: Introduction How to amend contracts: Guidelines Avoid unilateral changes The importance of rules and regulations How to draft company policies and procedures Module 2: Electronic Communications and Information security Draft an internet and e mail abuse policy Electronic communications policies Employee privacy … Continue reading How to draft rules, regulations, policies and procedures
By Neil Coetzer, Partner, Employment Law, Benefits & Industrial Relations, Cowan-Harper Attorneys In Mashaba v South African Football Association (J122/17)  ZALCJHB 53 (21 February 2017) the Labour Court dealt with an interesting application brought by the former head coach of the Senior Men’s National South African Football Team, ‘Shakes’ Mashaba. Mashaba had applied to … Continue reading How far can the remedy of Reinstatement be stretched?
The digital world is exploding around us. Developments in electronic communications, social media, applications, internet, games, wearable technology and the like are happening so fast that workplace rules cannot keep up. Employers are nevertheless obliged to take reasonable steps to address these issues and minimise potential liability. Introduction Workplaces nowadays depend on computers, electronic … Continue reading Electronically exposed – what your employees should know