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Derivative misconduct taken too far?
The LC in Dunlop Mixing & Technical Services & Others v NUMSA obo Nganezi & Others applies derivative misconduct in the strike context
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Racism in the work place
The CC in SARS v CCMA & Others takes a hard line on racism in the workplace, but also the need to follow due process.
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Transfer: business or service?
The CC in Rural Maintenance & Another v Maluti-A-Phofong Local Municipality considers what constitutes a business transfer under s197.
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Transport for night shift
In TFD Network Africa v Singh & Others the LAC spells out what the BCEA means in saying transport must be 'available' for night shift employees.
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Bruce Robertson (B Comm LLB LLM) is an attorney with over twenty five years experience in labour relations and the dispute resolution fields. He is well known as a mediator, arbitrator, and trainer, having been a part time senior commissioner with the CCMA for many years and a member of the conciliation and arbitration panels of a number of bargaining councils. Bruce was contracted by the International Labour Office (ILO) to assist in implementing labour arbitration in a number of Southern African countries. This required reviewing their legislation, drafting the required codes of good practice, and training their arbitrators. Most of his time is now spent managing and editing Worklaw.

 

Alan Rycroft (BA LLB LLM) is Professor of Commercial Law at the University of Cape Town. He is an admitted attorney with extensive experience in the labour law field. He is a part time senior commissioner with the CCMA and has been mediating and arbitrating labour disputes for over twenty years. From 1995 to 2000 he was Dean of the Faculty of Law at the University of Natal. Alan has published extensively in the labour law field and is the author / co-author of “A Guide to South African Labour Law”,”Mediation : Principles, Process and Practice”, “Trade Unions and the Law in South Africa” and “Harassment in the Workplace”

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