Employment Contracts

Flexible Working Hours as a Tool to Happier and More Motivated Staff

“Clients do not come first. Employees come first. If you take care of your employees, they will take care of the clients.”  , Richard Branson Countries such as Germany, Norway, Sweden and France are in the process of revolutionising the 9-5 workday. Employers ihn these countries report that this is making […]

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Regulatory Requirements Relate to Capacity and Not Operational Requirements

A dismissal may be determined to be fair if it relates to the employee’s conduct, incapacity, or the employer’s operational requirements. However, there are instances where the employee’s dismissal ostensibly falls in between being a capacity and operational requirement related issue and where the dividing line that separates capacity and […]

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Fixed Term Contacts Must be Fixed

Fixed Term contracts have been amongst the most widely abused form of contracting in the South Africa employment sector.  Small wonder that trade unionists have been challenging this issue most vehemently and also clear justification for why non-standard forms of employment, of which a fixed term contract is one, was […]

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