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Watch what you say to avoid dismissal

Watch what you say to avoid dismissal

Section 16 of the Constitution affords everyone the right to freedom of expression. However, this right is not absolute and can be limited.

Can an employee resign by e-mail or SMS?

Can an employee resign by e-mail or SMS?

Can an employee resign from a job by email where the employment contract requires resignations to be in writing? The question has interesting implications for how people communicate with each other....

Do SA labour laws apply to foreign nationals?

Do SA labour laws apply to foreign nationals?

The recent raids on businesses employing illegal foreign nationals in Cape Town underscores the Department of Labour's mission to ensure that employers comply with labour legislation as it relates...

Equal Pay for Work of Equal Value – Part 1

Equal Pay for Work of Equal Value – Part 1

On 1 June 2015 the Minister of Labour issued a Code of Good Practice on Equal Pay for Work of Equal Value (Code) in terms of the amended Employment Equity Act (EEA). The Code has been issued to...

When does an employment contract automatically end?

An employment relationship is not only over when an employee resigns or when the employer dismisses him. There are different ways a contract can terminate. It is important that employers make sure...

What is Constructive Dismissal?

What is Constructive Dismissal?

Questions are often asked around constructive dismissal. What is it? The basics are that constructive dismissal may be defined as “a situation in the workplace, which has been created by the...

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