No Win, No Fee!*
If you are a salary earner of above R20 000.00 we can offer you a “No Win, No Fee” service. * Subject to Terms and Conditions, available upon application.
South Africa has some of the most liberal and progressive Labour Law in the world and as such, it is extremely difficult to keep up and comply or even understand how it applies to both employer and employee, whether in the public or private sector. That is where we come in!
Allardyce & Partners are registered as specialised labour lawyers with the Law Society. We have over 60 years of combined experience which we bring to each and every matter. We have acted in numerous high-profile cases and have litigated in the Appellate Division and Constitutional Court, which is why we should be your number one choice.
- Advice and drawing of employment contracts, restraints of trade or confidentiality agreements/li>
- Disputes relating to restraints or confidentiality
- Probationary employee disputes
- Unfair labour practice disputes
- Unfair dismissal disputes
- Transfer of undertakings
- Organisational development
- Independent contractors
- TES (Temporary Employment Services) and Labour Brokers
- Legal advice on all areas of labour and employment law
- Legal representation at CCMA, Bargaining Councils, Labour Courts, Labour Appeal Court, High Courts and the Supreme Court of Appeals and the Constitutional Court
- Chairing of disciplinary enquiries as well as prosecuting on behalf of the employer and representation of employees (when permitted) in internal grievance and/or disciplinary enquiries/ incapacity enquires (medical/ performance/ compatibility etc.)
- In-house training and facilitation on all aspects of employment law such as but not limited to BBBEE, Skills Development and Employment Equity
Drawing codes and policies and procedures manuals as well as the induction and training of staff
- Consulting services on all aspects of HR and IR
- Retrenchments, restructuring and organisational development
- Attending to all aspects of Health and Safety requirements and environment law
- Strikes and picketing