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Guidelines for CCMA commissioners: Misconduct dismissal arbitrations

The Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) has published new guidelines on misconduct arbitration. The guidelines are aimed at streamlining the arbitration process to ensure arbitrators are consistent when they make decisions.

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CCMA guidelines on misconduct crucial

Numerous CCMA awards have been successfully reviewed at the Labour Court. This has resulted in the view that the quality of CCMA awards can be improved. This is possibly one reason for the CCMA’s decision to draft its CCMA guidelines: Misconduct Arbitrations in terms of the provisions of the Labour Relation Act (LRA).

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Back to basics: Rethinking disciplinary hearings

The challenge

South African employment law is perceived by many organisations and companies as being somewhat onerous on employers. However, there is one area where it is the employer who has arguably become its own worst enemy – disciplinary proceedings.

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The costs of workplace mobbing

Beth has just started a job as an Investment Analyst at a bank. During her first week on the job, she overhears co-workers compare the organisation to a reality TV show, as rumour has it, the  previous manager of department was recently "pushed out" due to office politics.

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