Derivative Misconduct

In National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa obo Khanyile Nganezi and Others v Dunlop Mixing and Technical Services (Pty). Limited and Others it was decided that employees can’t be expected to be their employer’s keeper. In the matter of National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa obo Khanyile Nganezi and Others v Dunlop Mixing

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Ekurhuleni West College v Segal and Trencon Construction (Pty) Limited

In Ekurhuleni West College v Segal and Trencon Construction (Pty) Limited, the Court was asked to review and set aside the first respondent’s decision acting as an adjudicator, in terms of a construction contract. The Court first had to decide whether an adjudicator’s decision is reviewable in terms of the contract. Generally, adjudication is an

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Legal Help for Unfair Dismissal

Did You Know Legal Help for Unfair Dismissals Is Available? Have you been dismissed? Did you know that you can get legal help for unfair dismissal issues in South Africa? Even though you cannot have legal representation at the conciliation stage, if the issue is referred to the CCMA, you are allowed such at the

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Expert Labour Lawyers in Johannesburg

Expert Labour Lawyers near Johannesburg – Help with Matters of Poor Work Performance If you have an employee or several employees who fail to perform at the required standards of their employment contracts, you can dismiss them, but you cannot use retrenchment procedures to do so. You cannot dismiss them for misconduct if the reason

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Employment Law Advice

Employment Law Advice on How to Protect Against Employees Not Giving the Required Notice Many employees, often in the lower pay ranks, fail to give the minimum required notice. In just as many instances, the employees do give notice, but fail to work the required notice period. This may be the result of ignorance regarding

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EMPLOYER RIGHTS AND SOCIAL MEDIA

It is trite that everyone’s rights to privacy (section 14) and freedom of expression (section 16) are protected by the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa and include an individual’s rights to use social media and share information as well as their rights not to have the privacy of their communications infringed. Despite this,

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