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Apologise and save your job

Apologise and save your job

It happens often that employers are faced with an employee at a disciplinary enquiry who vehemently denies the allegations against him/her or persistently denies any wrongdoing, even though the...

Fixed-term contracts not for permanent positions

Fixed-term contracts not for permanent positions

Employers often lose at CCMA and bargaining councils in cases relating to fixed-term contracts of employment. A key reason for this is that employers do not understand the legal purpose of...

Absenteeism and the Law

Absenteeism and the Law

Many employers experience problems with employees being absent from work. In fact, in many workplaces absenteeism is a major concern as it impacts negatively on the operational requirements of the...

Employee Suspension: Employers STILL getting it wrong

Employee Suspension: Employers STILL getting it wrong

The suspension and ultimately reinstatement of primary school teacher, Elana Barkhuizen from Laerskool Schweizer-Reneke has again highlighted how employers fail to appropriately follow due procedure...

Employees refusing to work overtime

On many occassions employers require employees to work overtime due to an increase in production, to meet order deadlines, etc. or due to various other operational requirements. On many occassions...

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