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Poaching former colleagues could be costly

Poaching former colleagues could be costly

A recent court case proved it may be worthwhile for companies to go after former employees who poach their talent. Massmart did exactly that by going after a former employee who had poached an...

Employee Suspension: A change in due process

Employee Suspension: A change in due process

On 06 February 2019 we posted an article about employers failing to comply with due process when suspending and employee, in that an employee must be afforded the opportunity to make representations...

Pregnant Employees – Testing Differential Treatment

Pregnant Employees – Testing Differential Treatment

In the recent case of Impala Platinum Ltd v Jonase and Others, the Labour Court (LC) dealt with an appeal against an unfair discrimination award, brought in terms of section 10(8) of the Employment...

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