Tag: sexual harassment

Compensating procedural unfairness: Discretionary award

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Unwanted unwelcome conduct: Undermining dignity self-worth

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Harassment unacceptable conduct: Dismissal appropriate?

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Docile victim conduct: Trust irretrievably broken

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Sexual harassment: Damages awarded under EEA

Sexual harassment and damages awarded.  The LAC disallowed the employer’s appeal and awarded damages of R250,000.  The employer breached s 60 of the Employment Equity Act 55 of 1998 (EEA) relating to sexual harassment by a...

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Employer’s vicarious liability: Manager’s lustful kiss

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Misconduct: Educator’s relationship with learner

GAG v Education Labour Relations Council (CA12/2014) [2015] ZALAC 50 (23 October 2015) per Savage AJA [Waglay JP and Coppin JA concurring] The Labour Appeal Court disallowed the appeal and upheld the finding that the reason for...

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