Labour Law Attorneys

Labour Law Regarding Leave Types in South Africa As an employer, you must comply with the requirements of the labour laws of South Africa, including the Basic Conditions of Employment Act regulations regarding leave. We strongly recommend seeking legal advice from experienced labour law attorneys when drafting your company’s leave policies to ensure compliance with

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Labour Law Guidance Regarding Maternity Leave Rights in South Africa As a female employee, you have the right to maternity leave. This also applies if you are a domestic worker. However, ignorance of your rights to maternity leave or the fear of losing your job if you ask for days off may mean getting dismissed

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Ask a Labour Attorney

The Top 5 Questions to Ask a Labour Attorney Do you have questions that you want to ask a labour attorney? Not sure where to turn or who to ask? When there is an employment law dispute, the stakes are often high and because labour law can be quite complex – especially for those who

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Expert Labour Law Attorneys

Three Excellent Tips to Choosing the Right Expert Labour Law Attorneys Just been retrenched without counsel or the correct procedure followed? Or, have you been bullied and unfairly dismissed by your employer without any formal warning letters or disciplinary hearing? Believe it or not, today, there are many HR departments that believe they are above

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Find a Lawyer that Will Fight for You

Find a Lawyer That Will Fight for You The labour and employment laws of South Africa are in place to ensure fair employer and employee relationships. However, there may be employers, especially ones with fewer than ten employees, that neglect to adhere to Codes of Good Practice. As an employee that doesn’t belong to a

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Labour Attorneys

Labour Attorneys Advice on Employment Contracts It is advisable to seek legal guidance from labour attorneys regarding the drafting and provision of an employment contract in compliance with the terms and conditions of the Basic Conditions of Employment Act and related labour legislation in South Africa. According to the BCEA, as employer, you must furnish

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