What an interesting question ladies. Should I pack up and leave, can my employer just let me go, what is my actual rights? Well on the first instance according to Sub-s. (1) substituted by s. 3 (a) of Act 47 of 2013 (wef 1August 2014).): “No person may unfairly discriminate, directly or indirectly, against [...]
What does it mean and can I overlook it or should I deal with it? What will happen if I don't deal with it? What harm can it do if an employee is a few minutes late? Questions, questions and more questions - but the most dominant consideration is usually that "we better leave it [...]
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Religious practices Speak to the person Call the person by name Is the person in a relaxed position Is the person responding Unauthorised possession video
Any unwanted form of attention or behaviour. Against male or female or same sex Sexual attention becomes harassment if: The behaviour is persisted, although a single incident of harassment can also constitute sexual harassment; and/or The recipient has made it clear that the behaviour is considered offensive; and/or The perpetrator should have known that the [...]
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Misconduct Incapacity Operational requirements …also known as Retrenchment. These must be based on economic, technological, structural and similar reasons, all a consequential restructuring of the work place. Structural reasons relate to the redundancy of pro’s consequent to the restructuring of employers and business. Reflect The Act state the employer must consult and therefore the employer [...]
A medical certificate stating “medical condition” you do not need to pay out. A medical certificate stating “according to my opinion” you do not need to pay out.
The third in our podcast discussing all things labour, we look this week at probation and the many aspects that's involved in this process.
We are very excited about this new series of ours. With our first getting more 'listens' than we expected. This week we are looking at absenteeism and how employers can deal with this minefield. P.s Listen to Hennie coining an industry equation in this podcast. Gold! MP3