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In the recent judgment of SACCAWU v Sun International (J1951/15) [2015] ZALCJHB 341 handed down on 6 October 2015, the Labour Court (LC)
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Crosses from wood, markers from stone, some decorated with plastic flowers and others displaying photographs of the dead.
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On 6 October 2015, the Court of Justice of the European Union declared the safe harbor decision - a scheme which endorsed the protection of personal data...
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The applicant in Direct Channel KwaZulu Natal (Pty) Ltd (in Liquidation) v Naidu and Others LC (D879/10) [2015] ZALCD 52 28 May 2015 issued a notice in terms of s189
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This year's most eagerly anticipated labour law case has been the battle over section 198A(3)(b) of the LRA which "deems" workers placed with a client
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Who determines the nature of a dispute in arbitration proceedings? Is it up to the commissioner to decide on whether or not the real dispute falls within its...
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On 8 October 2015, in a unanimous judgment, the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) dismissed the appeal brought by Mr Hlaudi Motsoeneng,
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In terms of s205(3)(a) of the Labour Relations Act, No 66 of 1995 (LRA), an employer must record details of strike, lockout or protest action in LRA Form 9.2 (LRA...
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In the United Kingdom judgment of BT Managed Services Ltd v Edwards & Anor UKEAT/0241/14/MC, the European Employment Appeal Tribunal considered whether an employee,
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Independent Commercial Hospitality and Allied Workers Union and others v Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration and others (2015) 24 LC 8.18.1.
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Our world as we know it is in a state of flux, and we currently face a number of changes which will force us to rethink benefit design of our retirement fund...
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Retrenching an employee is a 'no fault' dismissal based on an employer's operational requirements. This type of dismissal is unfair if it is not in line with fair...
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With the amendment of the Labour Relations Act in South Africa, companies are advised to enter into employment relationships cautiously. And this applies perhaps...
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85 percent of people took steps to prevent identity theft. Checking credit reports, shredding documents with personal information and changing passwords on financial...
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IssueWhether an employee employed on a fixed term contract is entitled to be paid a 13th cheque where his contract does not provide for one but there is a practice...
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Section 23(1)(d) of the Labour Relations Act, No 66 of 1995 (LRA) contemplates the extension of a collective agreement to members of a union that are not party to...
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Introduction Earlier in 2015 the Labour Relations Act, 66 of 1995 was amended. The amendments sought to provide additional protection to employees perceived as...
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Due to public interest considerations, the Constitutional right to fair labour practices is entrenched in the framework of the Labour Relations Act, No 66 of 1995...
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Cyber-attacks have become a thriving and profitable industry for criminals, a fact that is evidenced by the increasing number of well publicised and high profile...
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The Employment Services Act No. 4 of 2014 came into operation from 9 August 2015.The purpose of the Act is, inter alia, to

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