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21
Mar

0

PRE-ARBITRATION CAN SPEED UP HEARINGS

One of the key pieces of information in a notice summoning you to a labour dispute forum is the type of process you are being summoned to attend. This may be a conciliation, a con-arb or an arbitration. Should it be a con-arb or arbitration this means that you will need to prepare your case […]

06
Dec

0

POTENTIAL RETRENCHEES ENTITLED TO REPRESENTATION

When an employer contemplates retrenching employees it must have a good reason for going through with such an idea. Reasons for retrenchment that are not acceptable include the employer’s personal dislike of the employee, a desire to replace the employee with a family member, the employee’s misconduct, poor performance, population group, state of pregnancy or […]

22
Oct

0

CROSS-EXAMINATION IS A RIGHT

At a hearing arranged to discipline an employee both parties are entitled bring witnesses. These witnesses may come from inside or outside the workplace. The accused employee has the right to cross-examine the witnesses brought by the employer. The employer is not compelled, in every case, to bring witness that it chooses to leave out […]

30
Aug

0

INTOLERABLE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP PIVOTAL TO JUSTIFY DISMISSAL

The Code of Good Practice: Dismissal provides that, where employers are considering dismissing an employee they should be able to justify this drastic sanction by proving that the employee’s misconduct is so serious that it makes continued employment intolerable. One factor that could constitute such intolerability is the employee’s breach of the trust relationship. For […]

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