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You Don’t Need a Formal Enquiry to Dismiss an Employee

“Normally, the employer should conduct an investigation to determine whether there are grounds for dismissal. This does not need to be a formal enquiry. The employer should notify the employee of the allegations using a form and language that the … Continue reading

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Staff Dismissals: Beware, There’s No Honour Amongst Thieves and No Short Cuts

“A plague upon it when thieves cannot be true one to another!” (Falstaff, in Henry IV Part I) We know how time consuming dismissing staff can be. It leads to loss of productivity and extra legal costs can be incurred. But … Continue reading

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Employers: Is it pay discrimination to differentiate on length of service?

In the Employment Equity Act (EAA) there is a wide definition of unfair discrimination which lists gender, race, religion and so on. Recently a phrase was tagged onto this discrimination clause which says “… or on any other arbitrary ground”. … Continue reading

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