Tag: LRA 62

Bargaining council scope: Civil engineering industry

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Demarcation determination award: Factors considered

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Demarcation award appeal: Creating enterprise groups

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Demarcation scope explained: Award MIBCO and MEIBC

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Transport demarcation dispute: Goods include cash

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Demarcation dispute: Award reviewed and upheld

The arbiter found that the trade union failed to prove that the employer fell  within the jurisdiction of the Bargaining Council for Civil Engineering Industry (BCCEI).  On review the LC decided that the fact that the trade...

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Demarcation dispute interdict: Unlawful acts

Bargaining councils are renowned for engaging in various strategies to protect their turf, as it were.  The stakes are high.  Employers falling within the scope contribute large amounts of money.  A controversy is still brewing...

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Demarcation dispute considered: Goods includes money

The Labour Court refused to grant a review application and upheld the demarcation ruling of the barganining council made in terms of s 62 of the LRA.  The issue concerned the interpretation of the word ‘goods’ in the context of...

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Collective agreement demarcation: Reviewed

Workforce Group (Pty) Ltd v Van Zyl NO (NBCRFLI) (D 1131/2012) [2015] ZALCD 16 [2015] JOL 32887 ; (2015) ILJ 2182 (20 February 2015) per Snyman AJ. An interesting and detailed judgment concerning the review powers of arbitral...

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