Labour Law South Africa

The Labour Law in South Africa

South Africa has some of the most liberal and progressive labour law in the world, which can lead to a host of legal problems for both employer and employee. Since the labour and employment law in South Africa is such a struggle to comply with, it is common to see litigation and arbitration cases in both public and private sectors. This is where our services can make a difference for you. If you are an employee who earns more than R20 000 per month, we can offer our services on a “no win, no fee” principle, which adheres to our specified terms and conditions.

Labour and employment law in South Africa have seen some radical changes over the past few decades. As a result, these changes have influenced the way employers go about hiring and firing employees. The changed stipulations can also be unclear at times for both employer and employee, which can lead to unfair or illegal labour practices. Our job is to ensure that your case is handled by professional attorneys who specialise in labour and employment laws and practices in South Africa. Therefore, you can be assured that you are in good hands regarding legal representation.

We go beyond merely offering our legal services for arbitrations and litigations. We can also draw up and offer advice on employment contracts, trade restraints, and confidentiality agreements. If you are the victim of unfair labour practice or dismissal, we can be your legal representatives in the matter. Our legal representation services cover cases with the CCMA, bargaining councils, labour courts, and the Labour Appeal Court. We will even be by your side if such a case is escalated to the Supreme Court of Appeals or the Constitutional Court.

Allardyce & Partners Attorneys is your solution regarding legal advice and representation for labour and employment law in South Africa. For more info on how we can assist you, please peruse our website for details on our available legal services and policies. Don’t just be a victim of unfair labour practice and fight the good fight with us on your side.

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