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LABOUR LAW COMMENTARY: READ US - Labour Law for Employers

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Lawful Interception of Employees Communication

The regulation of Interception of Communications & Provision of Communication Related Information Act regulates the extent to which employers may lawfully intercept their employee’s communications on the telephone and email.

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Employment Basics 101

We are perfectly placed to ensure that all your employment needs are met.

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Independent Contractors and Employees, know the difference!

An employment relationship is defined in both the Labour Relations Act (LRA) and the Basic Conditions of Employment Act (BCEA).

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Retrenchment - Tax exemption

In today’s reality, retrenchment of employees is unavoidable.

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Pre–employment Drug Testing

Pre employment drug testing has become necessary in the workplace especially, but not limited to, high income earners.

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2nd Generation Outsourcing

Aviation Union of South Africa obo Barnes & Others / SAA Pty Ltd & Others The Labour Appeal Court held that s197 of the LRA applies to second generation outsourcing.

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Restraint of Trade

A restraint of trade is an agreement entered into by and between employer and employee in terms of which, upon termination of the agreement, the employee’s trading activities will be restricted.

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The Format for Retrenchment Consultations

THE FORMAT FOR RETRENCHMENT CONSULTATIONS The principle of Fair Labour Practice is enshrined in the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, and entrenched in the Labour Relations Act (‘LRA’).

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Organisational Rights in the Workplace

What you know: it is well known that to obtain organisational rights in the workplace, a trade union must have the requisite numbers.

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Conventional Penalties Act

Do your contracts have penalty clauses? If not, why not? If yes, you have an astute lawyer! Question: when an employee/contractor warrants a specialisation for which payment for the service, or in terms of the contract, is remitted can you hold the individual liable when things go wrong? Question: When things go wrong what recourse would you satisfy your company? Answer: Take a look at the Conventional Penalties Act 15 of 1962 when you are contracting.

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To BEE or Not to BEE, that is the question

To BEE or Not to BEE, that is the question in Solidarity obo Barnard v SAPS (165/2013) [2013] ZASCA 177 Question: Is it an act of discrimination to refuse a person, of a certain race, a promotion when they are best suited for the position??? The facts: Solidarity obo Barnard (who is a white female) argued that she was the best person for the job! This became common cause.

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Legal Notice: The information contained herein is provided for general information purposes only. It does not constitute legal advice. Whilst we take reasonable steps to ensure the accuracy and integrity of information contained herein, we accept no liability or responsibility whatsoever if any information is, for whatever reason, incorrect or corrupted. We further accept no responsibility for any loss or damage that may arise from reliance on information contained herein.