Labour Law

Keeping Your Business on the Right Track in 2021

South Africa’s Labour and Employment Law can be a real challenge to comprehend, especially when it comes to contractual obligations and the legal agreements between employer and employee. If you are a business owner, it is pivotal to keep your business on the right side of the law regarding labour and employment contracts and business practices. Therefore, if you need a specialist in this domain, Allardyce & Partners Attorneys is your answer.

How We Can Help Your Business

Employee contracts are crucial in terms of long-term and/or permanent employment. As a business owner, you must take care that such contractual agreements are legal, fair for both parties, and consensually agreed upon. We can assist in giving you legal advice regarding your employee contracts, as well as drawing them up for you. We also offer consulting services on all legal aspects regarding HR and IR departments in your business, as well as in-house training and facilitation on every aspect of employment law in South Africa. If you require legal representation when faced with a dispute, our Labour Law specialists are your answer.

Legal Services for Employees

If you earn more than R20 000 per month, we an offer our legal services on a “no win, no fee” principle that is contingent to our terms and conditions of service. If you are faced with a legal dispute regarding your employment or want to take legal action as a result of unfair business practices, our legal solutions will give you the best chance of success. We can advise you on your current situation and give you the best possible legal options to ensure that you can proceed correctly with your case. In some cases, the finer details of a dispute can be difficult to comprehend, which is where our Labour and Employment Law specialists can make a difference in your case.

The Unpredictable Future

Nobody thought that the world would be thrown into a global crisis with COVID-19 at the beginning of 2020. The sheer amount of legal disputes regarding Labour and Employment throughout the past 12 months goes to show that many businesses and employees in South Africa were unaware of how they can legally proceed with how the changes influenced their workplace. As a result, the CCMA had to deal with a backlog of cases at the beginning of 2021.

Although we cannot predict what happens in 2021, you can trust that we have you covered on a legal front, whether you are a business owner or an employee. For more info, please contact us on 011 234 2125 or email us at

Scroll to Top
Scroll to Top