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Unfair Discrimination Can Have Sickening Consequences For Employers
3rd April 2018 Section 6 of the Employment Equity Act (EEA) prohibits unfair discrimination against an employee on arbitrary grounds including race, age,... →
Victimising employees is risky
28th February 2018 There are numerous legal terms in labour law that are confusing, unclear, ambiguous and vague. Many of these terms are undefined in the Labour... →
Interception of Information
26th January 2018 Many employers are still not aware of the Regulation of Interception of Communications Act (RICA) that came into effect at the end of September... →
Make sure your evidence is relevant
By: Creamer Media Reporter 8th January 2018 Even if an employee has committed murder his/her dismissal will not be upheld by the CCMA or a bargaining council where there was insufficient... →
Employers Beware – Videotape Evidence Not Always Legal
4th December 2017 At the CCMA it is the employer who has the full onus of proving that a dismissal was fair. For this reason, when employers are able to catch... →
Hiring Illegal Immigrants Dangerous For Employers
27th October 2017 Immigration legislation very strictly prohibits the employment of foreign nationals unless extremely stringent, rigid and unrealistically lengthy... →
Confessions do not always merit dismissal
2nd October 2017 Employers are entitled to use confessions as evidence in disciplinary hearings. However, just because an employee makes a confession this does not... →
What is meant by “unfair”?
31st July 2017 ‘Unfair’ is one of the most frequently used terms in labour law. The CCMA receives tens of thousands of referrals each year from employees claiming... →