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A REFERRAL INTERRUPTS PRESCRIPTION

The Prescription Act 68 of 1969 provides that if a debt is not claimed in a...
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When the sheriff comes knocking: enforcing awards

Arbitrators often award compensation, or reinstate an employee retrospectively. This means that the employer must pay...
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IS YOUR ENTERPRISE GEARED FOR EMPLOYMENT EQUITY COMPLIANCE INSPECTIONS?

Employment Equity is an Employment and Labour Compliance issue unlike the parameters of B-BBEE legislation, modelled...
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WORDS CAN’T BE RETRACTED ONCE UTTERED

INTRODUCTION It doesn’t often happen that employment-related cases dominate the headlines for days on end, but...
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SCATHING JUDGMENT SUGGESTS THAT COMMISSIONERS NEED SPECIALISED TRAINING TO DEAL WITH SEXUAL HARASSMENT MATTERS

Describing sexual harassment as the “most heinous crime” at the workplace in the matter of: Motsamai...
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DISHONESTY CAN DESTROY THE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP

Every employment relationship is based on trust – the employer trusts the employee to work in...
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Tread carefully with employee’s ideas

Tread carefully with another’s ideas Kenneth Nkosana Mkate is to receive billions from his ex-employer, Vodacom,...
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Case law quotes

Although one knows what the case law said, one can’t always immediately recall the decision in...
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UNFAIR DISCRIMINATION: LONG SERVICE IS NOT AN ARBITRARY GROUND

Since the amendments to the Employment Equity Act took effect on 1 August 2014, an increasing...
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Distinction between insubordination and gross insubordination

The court restated the distinction between insubordination and gross insubordination in the matter of Motor Industry...
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Sexual harassment – bare denial

Credible evidence outweighs denial Introduction Complaints of sexual harassment are frequently met by denial. The denial...
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