Labour Lawyers

Expert Labour Lawyers at Your Service

South Africa’s Labour Law is considered as some of the most progressive and liberal in the world. Therefore, it can be very difficult and challenging to keep up with it all. As a result, both employer and employee can find themselves in a situation where they do not know what legal actions to take. This is where we come in. Our boutique firm offers expertise in Labour Law to ensure that you have a solution when you find yourself in a legal dispute regarding employment in South Africa.

Our firm is registered as specialised labour lawyers with the Law Society. Therefore, you can have the peace of mind that we can assist you in legal matters regarding Labour Law in South Africa. If you earn a monthly salary of R20 000 or more, we can offer our services on a “No win, No fee” principle, subject to our terms and conditions. Legal fees can become very daunting for an employee who is unsure of their case. Luckily, our solution gives you the opportunity to pursue legal action for when you are in a situation where such actions are required.

We offer a comprehensive approach to legal services surrounding Labour and Employment Law. For employers, we can assist in legal advice on employment contracts. We can also draw up such contracts to ensure that everything is legal and in accordance with the Labour Law. Apart from basic employment contracts, we can also assist your business in restraints of trade contracts and confidentiality agreements. Legal disputes can get hairy between employers, employees, or companies. Therefore, we offer our services to assist in probationary employee disputes, unfair labour practice disputes, and unfair dismissal disputes.

Allardyce & Partners Attorneys is your specialist boutique firm that can assist in Labour Law disputes, contracts, and other legal services for both employer and employee. For more info on how we can assist you, please browse our website for details, contact us directly on 011 234 2125, or email us on Let us be your experts in Labour Law today.

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