(Editor’s Note: This is fourth and final in a series of blog posts on the Labour Code on Industrial Relations Bill. Part I, II and II are 2,468 more words
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Hooyberg’s Tarryn Hindle examines a recent groundbreaking maternity leave court ruling, and raises some questions about equal rights.
South Africa’s legal system recognises civil unions between people of the same sex in terms of the… 1,044 more words
There has been much talked about and little said over the recent Supreme Court ruling on termination with notice. Below is the full text of the judgment. 3,526 more words
Analysis of the Labour Code on Industrial Relations Bill – Part III (Definitions, Conditions of Service & Compounding of Offences)
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Throughout recent deliberations on amendments to the Labour Relations Act, the status of labour brokers, or “temporary employment services (TES)” was a hot button issue. Trade unionists called for their outright banning. 355 more words