Your disciplinary procedure must be substantively fair.
If it isn’t, your employee could take you to the CCMA. And that comes with a heavy price tag. You’ll have to take time off work and fork... [read more]
Let’s say, you have a dispute with your employee and he takes you to the CCMA.
The CCMA sets the matter down for conciliation so you and your employee can settle the dispute and avoid going to... [read more]
CCMA Conciliation is a dispute resolution process that gives you and your employee a chance to settle the matter so it doesn’t go to arbitration or the Labour Court.
What our labour experts... [read more]
A workplace grievance is a complaint by an employee about something at work he isn’t happy with.
It’s crucial you deal with workplace grievances properly. If you don’t, they could fester and... [read more]
Constructive dismissal is when your employee resigns because you made work unbearable for him.
If your employee takes you to the CCMA for constructive dismissal and his claim succeeds, he could... [read more]
Arbitration is a full re-hearing of the entire case, plus an investigation of the fairness of your procedures leading up to the dismissal (presentation of all the evidence, cross-examination of... [read more]
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