Category: 7 levels

Wage disparity dispute: Free and fair competition?

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Wage differentials demands: Right or interest dispute?

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Unscientific job evaluation: Stones disappearing scorpions

Today I happened upon a post in the blog of the Energy Research Centre (ERC) on 5 June 2017 recording with great sadness that Bill Cowan had passed away.   Bill Cowan (right) with colleagues Patrick van Sleight and Gamieda...

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Downgrading exercise approved: Legality principle considered

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Irrational pay differentials: Unequal pay claim refused

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Nine important questions: Knowledge and understanding

From time to time we receive some general questions and these nine important questions and the answers should assist in resolving some common misperceptions about the practical application of labour law. It often happens that...

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Reinstatement order reinterpreted: Jobs and salary levels

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Value-exchange: Pay for making challenging decisions

When paying someone for work a value-exchange is needed.  Challenging decisions must be properly rewarded but coupled with appropriate accountability. So the reference to “occupational levels” in schedule EEA9 to the Employment...

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Occupational pay levels: Important differences

The Employment Equity Act (EEA) obliges senior management to create a framework for each enterprise and to report thereon.   Decisions are processed from the top down to the bottom of the enterprise and employees are paid...

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Job evaluation processes: Correcting errors

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Expelling shop steward: Demotion not proved

Mhlekude v South African Airways (Soc) Ltd (PA5/15) [2016] ZALAC 59 (2017) ILJ 577 (LAC) (24 November 2016) per Landman JA (Coppin JA and Phatshoane AJA concurring) The LAC disallowed the appeal and upheld the order of Van...

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