Labour relations judgments

There is a never-ending stream of judgments on the topic of labour relations law or the world of work. This is sometimes referred to as labour law, employment law, industrial relations law or work law. Subscribe to access all judgments in this topic.

Labour judgments in 2020 alone

Latest labour relations judgments

Applying employment law: Two schools of thought

Watching the Senate debates in the USA concerning the appointment of a member of the highest court to replace the recently deceased associate judge it became noticeably clear that there are two distinct schools of thought concerning the interpretation and application...

Protected occupier saved: Eviction order set aside

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Employing municipal managers: Renew or extend contract?

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Good faith principle: Informed understanding of rights

Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Africa (Pty) Ltd v Murray and Roberts Ltd Good faith principle enforced and refusal to disclose fails to accord with requirements of good faith, cooperation and trust because it would leave 'M&R entirely dependent on the say so of...

Unlawful precautionary suspension: LC lacks jurisdiction?

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Protecting racehorses considered : just or fair punishment?

Employment rights Employees have constitutional rights, which include the right neither to be unlawfully nor unfairly dismissed.  Lawfulness requires proof of gross misconduct before employers may dispense with reasonable notice of termination.  Fairness obliges...

Resigning before dismissal: Unlawful and unfair considered

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Outsourcing functions considered: No going concern

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Long service disregarded: Review test enforced

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Balancing competing interests: Compensate not reinstate

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