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This document contains summaries of Labour Appeal Court and Labour Court decisions from 1997 until October 2014 (regularly updated). These decisions are organized and grouped according to selected topics.


Over 1000 Court decisions on employment law principles were specially sourced to serve as aid for H R managers and Employment specialists.


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All cases are carefully listed under the following topics:

 

Administrative action

Administrative law

Affirmative action

Agreement

Arbitration awards

Automatically unfair dismissal

CCMA

Collective agreement

Collective bargaining

Common law

Conditions of employment

Condonation

Constructive dismissal

Contract

Contract of employment

Costs

Court Appeal

Damages

Definition

Desertion

Disciplinary hearing

Dismissal

Doctrine of common purpose

Employee

Employment

Essential service

Estoppel

Evidence

Execution

High Court Jurisdiction

Incapacity

Information

Interdict

Interest dispute

Joinder

Jurisdiction

Labour Broker

Labour Court

legal persona

Lock-out

Mutual interest vs rights issue

Nature of dispute

Order

Parity principle

Plea

Poor performance

Prescription

private arbitration

Procedure

Protected disclosure act

Public Holidays Act 1994

Reinstatement

Remedies

Representation

Res judicata 

Retirement age

Retrenchment

Review

Rule Nisi

Severance Pay

Special Plea

Strike

Subpoena

Suspension

Trade Union

Transfer of Employment

Unfair Discrimination

Unfair Labour Practice

Unreasonable Delay Rule

Urgent Interdict

Urgent Relief

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Marius Scheepers and Company Attorneys and their associates accept no liability for any damages or losses suffered as a result of actions taken based on information contained herein. They are committed to regularly update all information that is subject to change from time to time. Any person may contact them for further information and to arrange for a consultation to deal with a specific issue or send an e-mail to mariusscheepers@irodo.com The information contained herein does not serve as alternative to legal advice that may be provided during a furrow assessment of the case at a proper consultation.

Marius Scheepers (C)

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Older versions of Labour Law Aid

(1997-Aug 2013 and Aug 2012-Aug 2013)