Labour Lawyers Midrand

Have You Been Dismissed? Seek Legal Guidance from Our Labour Lawyers! If you work in Midrand and have not been fairly compensated by the employer, have been unfairly treated, or have been dismissed, you will be glad to know that our labour lawyers in Midrand can assist in taking the necessary legal steps against the

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Understanding Employment Law

Understanding Employment Law in Terms of Work Hours If you want to start a business in which you plan to employ people, understanding employment law regarding issues such as the employment contract, leave days, remuneration, disciplinary action, and work hours is essential. To this end, we recommend seeking legal guidance from attorneys having a thorough

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Labour Law

The Constitutional Court ruled on 19 February 2019 that an employer is not required to give an employee an opportunity to make representations before a precautionary suspension. It affirmed a Labour Court ruling that, where a suspension is precautionary and with full pay, there is no obligation that workers be given a chance to try

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Labour Law in South Africa 2019

The Labour Law in South Africa – Important Changes in 2019 Important changes have been made that affect the labour law in South Africa. It is important to take note of these changes. Two of the most prominent issues that affect labour law and employment relations in 2019 will be discussed below. The first issue

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Prepare for a Disciplinary Hearing

Why and How to Prepare for a Disciplinary Hearing as an Employer or Employee Whether you are an employee on the receiving end of a notice to attend a disciplinary hearing or are the employer, you need to prepare for a disciplinary hearing. Employees win many dismissal cases simply because the employers do not properly

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Restraint of Trade Clause

When is a Restraint of Trade Clause Enforceable? The restraint of trade is a clause in the employment contract to protect the employer against infringement of its proprietary interest, such as trade secrets, customer contacts, trade expertise, and pricing regimes. It is not intended to restrict an employee’s right to trade in their field of

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