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Issues:Whether the employees’ fixed term contracts had terminated by operation of law having regard to section 196B of the LRA.
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When senior managers steal they typically do it knowing their employer’s systems back to front. They know which accounts can be skimmed and which assets nicked.
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In a world driven by big data, the Internet of Things (IoT) and Cloud connectivity, applications have become the system we use to record everything, as well as the...
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Last month, the Department of Trade and Industry published, for public comment, a notice containing draft thresholds for major B-BBEE transactions.
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Transformation of the top leadership teams in South African companies appears to be back on the agenda, with BEE appointments up by 10% from the year before.
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Inequality emerged as a major theme at the 47th World Economic Forum in Davos, and remains a pressing concern globally and in SA.
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The new Act will make benefits available to a much larger proportion of the workforce, and also has the potential to stimulate economic growth.
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Owing to the fact that sick leave is fully paid and the employer is obliged to pay out the employee’s full monthly salary on the usual pay day, sick leave abuse...
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The issue of whether arbitration awards prescribe after the three-year lapse, has been considered in numerous conflicting judgments of the Labour Court.
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Section 69 of the Consumer Protection Act, No 68 of 2008 (CPA) sets out a variety of statutory remedies for the enforcement of consumer rights under the CPA.
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Although the Protection of Personal Information Act (PoPI) isn't effective yet, company executives will have to make it a priority for 2017.
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At its core the Mine Health and Safety Act No 29 of 1996 (“MHSA”) aims to promote a culture of health and safety and protect the health and safety of all persons...
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During a media briefing held on 20 November 2016 at the National Economic and Labour Development Council, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa announced the introduction...
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Companies concerned about how the revised codes of Good Practice will affect their scorecard rating and their business, need not be concerned, as it is feasible to...
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Time is of the essence when dealing with labour disputes and litigants should be mindful that they need to treat these disputes with urgency.
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A word of caution to South African companies with branches outside of South Africa: the Labour Appeal Court has confirmed in Monare v South African Tourism and...
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Employers are free to offer staff various types of leave, not covered by legislation, but recognised and governed by company policy and contracts.
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Since the first version of the Draft Taxation Laws Amendment Bill, 2016 (First Draft TLAB) and the Explanatory Memorandum thereto (Memorandum) were released on 8...
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Traditional family units across the world have changed. The proposed changes to the Basic Conditions of Employment Act, No 75 of 1997 (BCEA) recognise those changes...
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The Protection of Personal Information Act (PoPI Act) is making a significant impact on businesses as they continue to scramble to ensure they are compliant with...

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