Labour Law

The Protection of Trade Secrets

By Arinda Truter|June 9th, 2019|

Introduction

A trade secret may generally be described as information which […]

The ‘Give and Take’ of the The Employment Equity Amendment Bill, 2018 (the “Bill”)

By Peter Turner|February 26th, 2019|

The Employment Equity Amendment Bill, 2018 (the “Bill”) and draft […]

Paternity Rights: Finally a reality

By Peter Turner|March 23rd, 2018|

For many years the prevailing body of case law and […]

“Divorcing” your boss

By Hayley Langdon|July 25th, 2016|

More and more these days we are faced with the […]

When is an independent contractor deemed to be an employee?

By Hayley Langdon|October 28th, 2014|

The Labour Relations Act defines an employee as:

any person, excluding […]

What was Worker’s Compensation is now COIDA – annual assessment is required

By Diana Wylie|October 11th, 2013|

The announcement of a large settlement between Anglo American South […]

Labour Relations Amendment Bill 2013

By Matthew Thomson|September 25th, 2013|

The Labour Relations Amendment Bill was adopted by the National […]

Dismissal of an employee on probation

By Hayley Langdon|July 31st, 2013|

It is common for employers to engage employees for a […]

Restriction on legal representation at the CCMA

By Hayley Langdon|April 23rd, 2013|

The North Gauteng High Court recently heard the matter of […]

When can an employer intercept employee communications?

By Andrew Marshall|September 21st, 2011|

Communication is central to modern business, and employers provide their […]