Session 5: CCMA
The principle of fair labour practice is a fundamental right that is guaranteed in the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa which is the supreme law of the land.
Whether you are a small business owner, sole proprietor, partnership or large corporation, if you employ staff you should be equipped with the basics conditions of employment. Should a dispute arise, you must also be informed of the right steps to take. Most importantly, you must know what documentation to keep.
- Tough for labour brokers at arbitration
- You cannot expect justice if you are not there
- You and the CCMA - Has the dispute been properly referred?
- What to do if the Employer refuses to comply with a CCMA award
- There is recourse, if unhappy with CCMA ruling
- There are ways around an arbitration award
- Steps for referring disputes at the CCMA
- Procedural guidelines in arbitration cases
- Fixed contracts can be short cut to the CCMA
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