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This document contains summaries of Labour Appeal Court and Labour Court decisions from 1997 until recent (regularly updated: i.e. December 2022). 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:
Automatically unfair dismissal
Conditions of employment
Contract of employment
Doctrine of common purpose
High Court Jurisdiction
Mutual interest vs rights issue
Nature of dispute
Protected disclosure act
Public Holidays Act 1994
Transfer of Employment
Unfair Labour Practice
Unreasonable Delay Rule
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