Mass dismissals for strike misconduct without meeting the threshold for common purpose can be a complex legal matter that requires careful considerations of the specific
Workplace legalities encompass various laws and regulations governing the employer-employee relationship. From anti-discrimination laws to safety regulations, staying informed is vital. You’re about to navigate
Several immigration developments from the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) unfolded over the 2023 festive season. These include an extension of temporary concession for foreign
In the environment of business, organisations often encounter the necessity of restructuring their workforce, a process that entails thoughtful consideration and adherence to legal obligations.
Where a non-resident pays “remuneration” to an individual in South Africa for the services rendered, they are generally treated as an “employer” as defined in
Parenting is a job for two: the high court declares the provisions relating to parental leave unconstitutional
In the matter of Van Wyk and Others v The Minister of Employment and Labour and Others handed down on 25 October 2023 by Deputy Judge President Sutherland, the
When disaster strikes in your workplace, you’re the first line of defense. Navigating the aftermath of serious injuries can be a daunting task, but you’re
The Labour Relations Act (LRA) amongst other important functions, regulates the rights of employees whose contract of employment has been terminated and affords the employee
In the heart of Tshwane, a seven-week-long municipal strike has brought the city to a standstill, raising complex legal questions regarding the rights of both
A recent case has shed light on the intricate balance between employee rights, contractual obligations, and employer expectations in the ever-evolving landscape of labour law. Bitventure
With a rising demand for highly skilled workers, hybrid work opportunities, and a more discerning workforce, the immigration landscape is evolving to accommodate a new
Visas and work permits are used by governments to manage the movement of business, holiday, and talent travellers all over the world. Failure to follow
What is a Cease and Desist Letter? A cease and desist letter is a way of informing the recipient that they have allegedly infringed on
An injury resulting from a slip, fall, or strain from repeated attempts to carry large objects is considered a work-related injury. The same applies when
Generally, a contract of employment states that an employee must give a month’s notice or calendar month’s notice when he/she wishes to terminate the contract.