Posts tagged with ‘Labour Law’

  • Getting Smart with: Poor Work Performance, Probation Periods and Fixed-Term Contracts

    Poor work performance might be considered as an unfamiliar process to a lot of employers. The problematic part comes in…

    by Chante Hobbs
  • Parental Leave – the proposed new position

    The position on parental leave is proposed to change, as the Labour Law Amendment Bill, which was proposed by the…

    by Chante Hobbs
  • Temporary employment – what’s changed for employers and labour brokers?

    On 26 July 2018 at 10h00, the Constitutional Court handed down judgment in an application for leave to appeal against…

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  • The Employers Guide to: Striking Employees

    Employers should know when the actions of employees constitutes a strike, which is defined in the Labour Relations Act No…

    by Chante Hobbs
  • Getting Smart with Constructive Dismissals

    A constructive dismissal is defined as a situation in the workplace created by the employer, which renders the employment relationship…

    by Chante Hobbs
  • Bepaal of iets rassisties of neerhalend is

    Almal behoort teen die tyd te weet dat die gebruik van rassistiese en neerhalende taal in die werksplek jou jou…

    by Chante Hobbs
  • Determining if something is racist or derogatory

    Everybody should know by now that the use of racist and or derogatory language in the workplace could cost you…

    by Chante Hobbs
  • Why you should worry about delays

    A phrase commonly used in law is “Justice delayed is justice denied”, meaning that by delaying to charge and finalise…

    by Chante Hobbs
  • A practical guide to: Handling damages caused by employees

    Employers are sometimes faced with a situation were an employee caused damage to the employer as a result of their…

    by Chante Hobbs
  • Is an employer obliged to pay bonuses to employees?

    The question of “Why didn’t I get a bonus?” is one that crosses the mind of many employees, as they…

    by Chante Hobbs