The right not to be dismissed – SA courts allowing wider rights & entitlements

There can be very few people who have not heard of phrases such as “unfair dismissal” or “unfair labour practice”, or who have had first-hand experience dealing with disputes on these legal issues at the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA).

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Are you covered if you test positive (or negative) for the Coronavirus?

While people who contract COVID-19 (Coronavirus) who are under the age of 80 and do not have any pre-existing conditions – such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, chronic respiratory disease, hypertension or cancer – are most likely to experience only flu-like symptoms, those who are over 80 years’ of age or individuals with pre-existing conditions are certainly at a much greater risk.

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Georgia, Florida, and California recorded one-third of all US identity theft reports in 2019

Identity theft crimes in the US are on the rise, hitting a record number of over 650,000 reports in 2019. Although this type of fraudulent activity is widespread across the country, some US states have witnessed more identity theft crimes than others.

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10 Ways to keep your best employees

Employee retention and turnover are important terms to every business owner and leader. But sometimes the driving factors behind why employees leave aren’t fully grasped or addressed by leadership, and if that disconnect persists, the business suffers while some of the best employees beat a path to the door.

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Five things employers need to focus on this new tax year

The 2020/1 Budget Speech from Finance Minister Tito Mboweni contained few earth-shattering announcements from a payroll perspective, and we are still waiting for clarity on key issues such as the National Health Insurance (NHI) and annuitisation of retirement funds. Nonetheless, there were a few announcements that deserve employers’ attention.

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Visa Relief: Home Affairs moves quickly to protect SA business interests with China amidst Coronavirus

The Coronavirus outbreak has impacted many foreign nationals finding themselves at the end of the validity of their Intra Company Transfer Work Visas or Short-Term Visas and in need to travel back to their home country to apply for new visas to extend their stay.

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Do employees have an obligation to disclose reason for dismissal from previous employment?

A duty rests on an employee to disclose to his / her future employer information which may affect the employer’s decision to employ him / her.

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13 Lessons from the experiences of self-made Billionaire Founders

Startup founders and CEOs face many challenges: raising venture capital, building a founding team, developing products that can survive a competitive marketplace, getting their name out there, and more. It’s no surprise that the prospect of launching and surviving in the competitive world of startups can be daunting.

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