Category: occupational detriment 186(2)(d)

Whistleblowing: New rights s 188A of LRA

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Age discrimination considered: differentiation and justification

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Whistleblowing legal privilege: Legal advice and onus

Randles v Chemical Specialities Ltd Whistleblowing and legal privilege considered in the context of protected disclosures and occupational detriment and more particularly the Labour court considered the issue of the onus of...

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Whistleblowing: engineer’s disclosure of incompetence

Imagine you are a professional electrical engineer holding the position of managing engineer: Power System Control (PSC) with the municipality of Tshwane.   Your primary responsibility is to ensure that the systems are correctly...

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Fixing compensation decided: Remuneration not basis

In a landmark decision the Labour Appeal Court has decided that when awarding “just and equitable” compensation in terms of the Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995 it is incorrect to base the award on the remuneration of...

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