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Careless Slips Can Cost Arbitration Hearings

Careless Slips Can Cost Arbitration Hearings

Employees, and employers for that matter, cannot afford to leave adverse evidence unanswered. It occurs often that parties do not challenge evidence that is led against them.

Questioning witnesses during arbitration hearings

Questioning witnesses during arbitration hearings

Arbitration hearings occur at the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) or the appropriate Bargaining Council (BC). This happens when a dismissed employee, after an internal...

Hearsay Evidence

Hearsay Evidence

Evidence in a disciplinary hearing, at the CCMA or the Labour Court is important. Evidence is necessary to proof a case. Witnesses are therefore critical and their evidence must be reliable. Hearsay...

Rules of Evidence

Rules of Evidence

What are the basic rules of evidence when an employer has a case at the CCMA? When an employer presents a case of a disciplinary hearing at the CCMA, the employer representative needs to know the...

Witnesses at Disciplinary Hearings

Witnesses at Disciplinary Hearings

The focus of this article is about witnesses at internal disciplinary hearings conducted by employers and not witnesses at CCMA or Bargaining Council hearings. At internal disciplinary hearings the...

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