When an employee intentionally deceives their employer by lying about or concealing their past criminal record, the repercussions can be far-reaching and detrimental to both the employee and the employer. […]
Maintaining a balanced and harmonious workplace can constantly challenge many organisations. Accountability is critical, and disciplinary inquiries are vital in addressing misconduct, upholding ethical standards, and preserving trust within a
On 25 October 2023, Deputy Judge President Sutherland handed down the judgment of Van Wyk and Others v Minister of Employment and Labour  ZAGPJHC 1213. This judgment fundamentally changes
The Employment Equity amendment bill has not been proclaimed yet, designated employers below 50 Employees are still obligated to comply.
The Employment Equity amendment bill was anticipated to take effect from the 1st of September 2023, but the president has not yet proclaimed the effective date. One of the effects
The Minister of Home Affairs had effectively ended the ZEP, which applies to Zimbabwean Nationals working and living in the Republic of South Africa, resulting in numerous Zimbabweans no longer
In the wake of recent news headlines, it seems not only public servants have falsified their qualifications to obtain employment, but this has also become fashionable among other job seekers.
When a company contemplates retrenching employees, voluntary severance packages (VSP’s) are often offered. In terms of a VSP, an employee volunteers to be or agrees to be retrenched. The purpose
In light of the current challenging economic climate within South Africa, a question that becomes prevalent is to which extent employers are entitled to vary the terms and conditions of
The Minister of Home Affairs effectively ended the ZEP, which applies to Zimbabwean Nationals working and living in the Republic of South Africa, on the 31st of December 2021, resulting