Labour Law

Fighting for Fair Labour and Employment Practices in South Africa

South Africa is a diverse nation, with multiple national languages, a wide range of traditional cultures, and some of the most liberal and progressive Labour and Employment Law systems and practices in the world. As a result, businesses must create safe and efficient workplaces for their employees. On top of everything, COVID-19 has limited the way we conduct business, with a noticeable impact on almost every sector. These elements have led to and will continue to create several legal disputes between employers and their employees. If you are faced with such a dispute, Allardyce & Partners Attorneys is your answer!

Labour and Employment in South Africa

There are various elements that are still haunting South Africa as a result of this country’s rich diversity. Instead of embracing different cultures and traditions, some people choose to stick to their own traditions. This type of mindset could lead to a verbal dispute at work, which, in some cases, can have legal implications. On top of this, it can be difficult to find a suitable and stable job or career in South Africa. Therefore, people are willing to fight for their keep within their jobs in an effort to show their worth and stay employed. If you need a labour law specialist in your corner, Allardyce & Partners Attorneys can be your solution.

The Daily Grind of the Working Class in South Africa

People who earn more than R20 000 per month in South Africa are rarely satisfied with their occupation or career choice as a result of the limited opportunities in today’s job market. Therefore, most people would find a suitable job that pays good and falls within their realm of expertise, not necessarily being their passion in life, but offering stability and a consistent income instead. When your job is on the line and you need expert legal advice and services, we have a solution for you.

Count on Us in Your Time of Need

If you are an employee that earns more than R20 000 on monthly salary, we can offer our legal services on a “no win, no fee” contingency, in accordance with our terms of service. We can also assist employers with employee contracts, ensuring that they practice fair and just principles within their workplace. Although employers cannot control how the public will behave in a storefront and towards their employees, they can create a workplace that promotes fair and legal practices to avoid any legal disputes.

If you need a labour law specialist when faced with a legal dispute, Allardyce & Partners Attorneys is your first choice. Please contact us on 011 234 2125 or email us at enquiries@allardyce.co.za for more info on how our legal services can assist you.