Tag: LRA 187(1)(c)

Operational requirements paramount: Adapt quickly or die

Numsa v Aveng Trident Steel Society accepts the paramount importance of operational requirements and the economic viability of enterprises and senior management is best placed to conduct the operations and one of the primary...

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Individual rights examined: LRA s187(1)(c) discussed

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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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Automatic unfairness rejected: Collective mutual interest needed

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Restructuring enterprise obligatory: Offers rejected by employees

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Changing employment terms: Considered and applied

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