Section 138 of the Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995 accords the commissioner discretion to determine the matter and form of the proceedings in an unfair dismissal dispute.
The performance of night work is regulated to, among others, avoid or minimise an employee’s health risks, including the safety of workers during their commute to and from work.
The fact that an award of compensation against a trade union might cause further financial damage is not in and of itself a reason for not granting the relief.
From the early 1950's women in South Africa were involved in many activist campaigns to fight for their maternity leave benefits in the workplace.
From midnight on 31 March 2015 a new dispensation kicked in for employees on fixed term or part time contracts and for clients who employed the services of labour brokers (called temporary employment services in the Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995).
May an employer overturn the decision of a chairperson of a disciplinary hearing if it believes the chairperson’s sanction was too lenient?
In terms of section 138(1) of the Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995 ( as amended) ("The LRA") A "Commissioner may conduct the arbitration in a manner that the commissioner considers appropriate in order to determine the dispute fairly and quickly, but must deal with the substant
It is anticipated that the Amendment Act will come into operation on 1 January 2015.
Can an employee approach the CCMA directly for the purposes of requesting information from their employer in a retrenchment exercise?
To what extent, if any, can employees be transferred from one employer to another in circumstances where an outsourcing arrangement is terminated with one service provider and another outsourcing arrangement for the provision of t
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