In short – a lot!! Politics The upcoming elections will turbo charge the levels of populist rhetoric and activity in both public and private workplaces. Competition between the pro-poor and left leaning Saftu versus its former comrades, the ANC aligned and more moderate Cosatu will intensify in the media and public demonstrations. New Labour Political […]
Guests Edward Kieswetter | Group Chief Executive at Alexander Forbes Patrick Deale | Labour Law Expert from Deale Attorneys Click here for full Podcast: http://www.702.co.za/podcasts/180/the-best-of-the-xolani-gwala-show/121893/transnet-ceo-fights-firing
The Minister of Labour, have published the proposed amendments in the Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases, 2018 for public comment. Interested and affected parties are hereby invited to submit written representations on the proposed amendments in the Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Amendment Bill, 2018. The aforesaid representations must be marked for the...
In line with global trends the South African legislature has drafted the Control of Tobacco Products and Electronic Delivery Systems Bill 2018 (“the Bill”), which is likely to be passed into law in the near future. The Bill prohibits smoking in any prescribed outdoor public place and, more importantly from an employment law perspective, at the workplace, […]
The Cannabis Judgment will have occupational health and safety implications. In view of the fact that the judgment effectively allows employees to lawfully consume cannabis in private, the question that arises is how employers are going to comply with their onerous general duty under the Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993 (“the OHS […]
The issue of cannabis in the workplace may have employers wondering what to do about employees who want to exercise their newly acquired rights as adults to – “…use or cultivate or possess cannabis in private for his her personal consumption”. Constitutional Court The Con-Court has declared that it’s perfectly legal to “consume” cannabis – […]
It’s tough to lose a case in arbitration – especially if you were convinced you’d win. You’re convinced the arbitrator got it wrong and you’re thinking about taking it on review to the Labour Court. If you do, you’ll be in for the long haul – about two years, six figure legal costs and no […]