Category: LRA 198A

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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Service level agreements: Outsourcing or labour broking ?

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Small employers exempted: Part-time and fixed-term contracts

Generally speaking small employers have up to 9 employees.  Alternatively for the first 23 months a business, not formed by dividing or dissolving an existing business, will still be regarded as small whilst employing up to 49...

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Client: Becomes sole employer after 3 months

Assign Services (Pty) Ltd v Krost Shelving & Racking (Pty) Ltd (Numsa) CCMA ECEL 1652-15 [26 June 2015] per Commissioner AC Osman. The word ‘deemed’ in section 198A(3)(b) of the LRA, as amended, means that the...

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