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When you employ a foreign national in South Africa, the rules and best practice are significantly different for them than normal employees.
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In most cases, subpoenas are used for individuals who would be reluctant to participate in CCMA proceedings on behalf of one of the parties. There may be many...
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Despite legislation that clearly defines the management of sick leave for full-time employees, the issue of effective sick leave management and tackling abuse...
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A workforce on strike can have an unsettling impact on the corporate image on an organisation. Violent or ill-disciplined strikes can be downright disastrous for...
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In 1913 Henry Ford introduced the moving assembly line to his Ford Motor Company manufacturing plant. The moving assembly line revolutionised manufacturing.
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In the case of Steven Motale v The Citizen 1978 (Pty) Ltd and Others LC (J2819/16) [2017] ZALCJHB 22, the employee, a newspaper editor, was suspended after allegedly...
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In what circumstances an employer may be held liable for sexual harassment committed by one of its employees in terms of the Employment Equity Act 55 of 1998...
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International research points to an alarming consequence of spiralling economic conditions: an increase in sexual harassment in the workplace.
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Picture this: one of your valued employees resigns at a time when it will be difficult and expensive to replace her. You offer her a raise to stay with the company,...
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There has been uncertainty regarding the employees’ tax and VAT treatment of fees paid to non-executive directors for some time.
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Over the years, employers have been plagued with uncertainty regarding the intersection between the Prescription Act, 68 of 1969 and the Labour Relations Act, 66 of...
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“Whenever any person (hereinafter called the insurer) is obliged to indemnify another person (hereinafter called the insured) in respect of any liability incurred...
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In 1996, the legislature enacted the Land Reform (Labour Tenants) Act, No 3 of 1996 (Act). The objective of the Act was to protect all persons denied access to land...
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The Constitutional Court (in the matter of Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) and Others v the Chamber of Mines of South Africa and Others1)...
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With a greater understanding of the witness protection framework and the role of state cooperation, it is now possible to consider the possible ramifications to be...
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The issueIn a recent arbitration award (the Award) in K Sefole & 102 Others v Bidvest TMS and Nampak Glass, the CCMA Senior Commissioner found that the relationship...
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On 8 February 2017, Cyril Ramaphosa, the Deputy President of South Africa, disclosed preliminary details regarding the implementation of a national minimum wage...
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With torrential rain in many parts of South Africa having led to numerous flooding events already, property owners need to be aware that they are potentially exposed...
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Employers meddling in the private affairs of their employees have been the topic of many a discussion in the past.
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Creditors face daily uphill battles when trying to collect money from debtors. Not only has the National Credit Act, No 34 of 2005 made it more onerous on creditors...

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