Category: LRA Chpt: 9: s198-213 General provisions

Expeditious disciplinary process: Joinder to challenge

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Bipolar contractual model: Vulnerable Uber drivers

Uber v Aslam Uber drivers in the United Kingdom have been held by the Court of Appeal in Uber B.V. (“UBV”) & Ors v Aslam & Ors [2018] EWCA Civ 2748 to be ‘workers’ for the purposes of the national minimum...

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Special plea rejected: Referral for adjudication

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Service level providers: Product or workers?

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Jurisdiction not proved: Resigning and seeking appointment

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Managing human resources: Outsourcing services not work

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Outsourcing component manufacture: No employees provided

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Sole employer interpretation: Cachalia AJ’s dissenting judgment

Assign Services (Pty) Ltd v Numsa Cachalia AJ maintains that the sole employer interpretation adopted in the majority judgment forces employees into a new relationship without their consent and on terms of employment to which...

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Status changed legally: Sole employer after 3 months

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