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Private dispute resolution: A good option

All HR and IR professionals will know how important a quick yet fair and effective dispute resolution is. This means that HR and IR professionals need to take control of this process by ensuring that top-quality officials preside over all labour law-related processes.

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Prepare, BBBEE is here to stay

One of the first questions I am generally asked during consultations is: “When is broad-based black economic empowerment set to end?”  To this I can only answer, “BBBEE is just getting started”.

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The Labour Relations Amendment Bill 2012: Restricting the right to strike?

As the law currently stands, there are three procedural requirements that a party (usually a trade union) who wishes to embark on protected strike action must comply with.

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EE changes: What should you worry about? (Part 5)

Last week, I told you how the reporting procedures for sexual harassment claims will differ under the proposed legislation. Today, I am going to show you how the regulations surrounding pre-employment testing will change if the Employment Equity Amendment Bill is passed.

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The crucial difference between “trapping” and “entrapment”

Theft in South Africa poses a huge danger to employers - from employees ‘borrowing’ the company’s scissors or pen, to removing large quantities of the company’s product to resell. So it is no wonder that employers will try anything to get the theft to stop.

And sometimes that anything includes entrapment.

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