Table of Contents.
Volumes 11 - 29 (2001-2020)
(Volume No., Issue No., Month & Year - Feature Articles shown
- other articles listed below)
Vol 14.12 July 2005:
Outsourcing and the transfer of employees to another employer Reconstructing the records of CCMA proceedings
Vol 14.11 June 2005:
Health, safety and discipline: Rights and duties in the workplace Supreme Court of Appeal confirms employer liability for damages from sexual harassment
Vol 14.10 May 2005:
From intoxication to addiction: Alcohol- related offences in the workplace Jurisdiction and the definition of an employee
Breach of contract and constructive dismissal
Vol 14.9 April 2005:
Dismissal, operational requirements and the jurisdiction of courts Providing an employee with information at a disciplinary hearing
Constructive dismissal and resignations
Vol 14.8 March 2005:
Incompatibility as a ground for dismissal Termination of fixed term contracts prior to expiry
Vol 14.7 February 2005:
When can an employee withold an employee's pension fund benefits ? Disciplinary proceedings and constructive dismissal.
The reinstated employee - common law employee or creature of statute
Vol 14.6 January 2005:
Legal Representation at disciplinary inquiries. Interdicting retrenchments at the Labour Court.
The use of video evidence in employment tribunals
Vol 14.5 December 2004:
Outsourcing and the Labour Relations Act: When is it a transfer of a going concern? When can a union interdict a retrenchment?
Affirnative action and Pension Funds.
Vol 14.4 November 2004:
Disicplinary warnings prior to dismissal: their accumulation, duration and validity. Withdrawal of medical aid subsidies to retirees.
Practice Note: Rule 11 and the jurisdiction of the Labour Court.
Vol 14.3 October 2004:
The right to an interpreter: When must an employer provide one? Illegal immigrants and employment law
Vol 14.2 September 2004:
Reviewing CCMA arbitration awards; an update. Dismissal for operational requirements: The SA Breweries case.
Vol 14.1 August 2004:
Acting in good faith: The fiduciary duty of employees. Compensation for sexual harassment: Important new cases.