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Incapacity

When, how and why a drunk employee can be dismissed

When, how and why a drunk employee can be dismissed

If an employee returns to the office or work premises after a Friday lunch, drunk, what should the employer do? Fire/dismiss him on the spot? Give the employee one week's notice and then he must be...

When to consider demotions

When to consider demotions

Demotions, that is the reduction in an employee's job grade (or rank) and status, can be a tricky area for employers. This is because one wrong move could result in an unfair labour practice....

Managing Incapacity due to Ill-Health – Part 2

Managing Incapacity due to Ill-Health – Part 2

The first article dealt with what incapacity is and the legal requirements for dismissals due to incapacity. This second article describes the steps to be followed when dismissing an employee for...

Managing Incapacity due to Ill-Health – Part 1

Managing Incapacity due to Ill-Health – Part 1

This is a first article of two. What is Incapacity? Incapacity (or disability) is not misconduct, but can also lead to dismissal. There are three types of incapacity: Incapacity due to...

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