unfair dismissal

Sour Lessons from the “Lemon Juice” Case: How to Sweeten Fair Dismissal Practices for Employers

The Labour Court of South Africa recently delivered an interesting judgment on 29 April 2024, in the case of SACCAWU obo Dlamini v Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration and Others (JR2281/21) [2024] ZALCJHB 180 (29 April 2024). This case presents important lessons for employers regarding the fair treatment of employees during disciplinary processes and [...]

2024-06-14T10:28:36+02:00June 14th, 2024|Dismissal|Comments Off on Sour Lessons from the “Lemon Juice” Case: How to Sweeten Fair Dismissal Practices for Employers

Labour Court reinforces its zero-tolerance stance on unfair dismissals related to maternity leave

Dismissals related to pregnancy are considered automatically unfair in line with Section 187 of the Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995. The Labour Court has strengthened this position in the case of Brandt v Quoin Rock Wines C152/2021, where an employer had attempted to retrench an employee, who had returned from maternity leave, on the [...]

2022-11-16T14:38:58+02:00November 16th, 2022|General|Comments Off on Labour Court reinforces its zero-tolerance stance on unfair dismissals related to maternity leave
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