In the recent Constitutional Court Judgement between Allan Long and SAB (CCT 61/18), the highest court in the land held that where an employee is suspended as a precautionary measure in order to prevent interference with a pending investigation, there is no requirement that the employee be given an opportunity to make representations to the employer.Read more “Precautionary Suspension – Procedural Requirements”
IMATU obo Joubert v Modimolle Local Municipality  11 BLLR 1106 (LAC)
- Unfair Labour Practice Award cannot restore an employment relationship which has subsequently terminated, ie that the employee was dismissed and/or terminated following the commission of the Unfair Labour Practice, the CCMA cannot re-instate the employee to the employer.
On the 18th of September 2018 the Constitutional Court handed down a judgement which is being widely reported to have legalized marijuana for private use within the Republic of South Africa. What does this mean for your business?
Before we get to the direct impact on you, the employer, let us first consider the background of the judgement as it currently exists: Read more “Dagga Legalized? Marijuana and the Employment Context”