Category: LAC judges

Varying time periods: Collective agreement upheld

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Admitting hearsay evidence: Failure to consider

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Conflicting medical certificates: Capacity related dismissal

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Ongoing employment relationship: Trust and confidence

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Evidenced approached piecemeal: Rejection of parts

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Strike related conduct: Picketing rules breached

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Insurmountable operational requirements: Changes rejected

Numsa v Aveng Trident Steel (Aveng Africa (Pty Ltd) Insurmountable operational requirements was the dominant or proximate cause or reason for the dismissals and informed all the consultations regarding the changes to the terms...

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