Posts tagged with ‘Labour Law’

  • Everything you need to know about bumping

    Bumping is when employee A who is at risk of being retrenched ‘bumps’ employee B out of his/her position and…

    by Chante Hobbs
  • 5 Steps to a failsafe policy implementation

    Workplace policies are a specific set of rules or procedures that are followed within a company. These could contain detailed…

    by Chante Hobbs
  • What if my employee doesn’t want to sign labour related documents?

    Employers often ask questions regarding the guidelines to be followed when employees refuse to acknowledge receipt of any labour related…

    by Chante Hobbs
  • Constitutional court puts temporary employment services (TES) in their place

    In March 2015 SEESA published a newsletter reporting on the amendments to the Labour Relations Act (LRA) that drastically impacted…

    by Chante Hobbs
  • Grondwetlike Hof sit Tydelike Werkverskaffersdienste op hul plek

    In Maart 2015 het SEESA ‘n nuusbrief publiseer wat verslag gedoen het op die Wet op Arbeidsverhoudinge (WAV) wat ‘n…

    by Chante Hobbs
  • Religious Freedom In The Workplace

    The Right to Freedom of Religion is enshrined under Section 15 of our Constitution as such it is a listed…

    by Chante Hobbs
  • The Employers Guide to: Employees resigning with immediate effect

    There are prescribed periods of notice that each employee must give when they terminate their employment. These periods are governed…

    by Chante Hobbs
  • The Forfeiture Of Annual Leave

    Employers are often faced with a situation where an employee has not taken leave over a prolonged period of time…

    by Chante Hobbs
  • What to do when you suspect an employee is unsuited for the workplace

    “Incompatibility arises when employees are unable to work harmoniously with their colleagues or are unable to adapt to the corporate…

    by Chante Hobbs
  • What is the value of an employee’s leave?

    The concept of annual leave and the accrual thereof is often well understood by employers, however, some employers have trouble…

    by Chante Hobbs