In today’s tough economic times we face numerous day to day struggles and threats. A threat which is a reality to a great percentage of employees in South Africa is being retrenched.
What does it mean? What’s the procedure? Do I just accept the notification and start looking for new work? It’s in these instance where you need legal advice from your Labour Law specialist in order to take care of your best interests.
Labour law in South Africa is a specialised area of the law which can easily be misunderstood by an employee and even employers.
If you are an Employer or an Employee you need to adhere to the respective legal statues in the South African Law otherwise you might find yourself in hot water.
Labour Law includes but is not limited to the following:
- Draft of contracts
- Unfair dismissal and unfair labour practices
- Litigation in the CCMA and all other Bargaining Councils
- Litigation in the Labour Court