“A right to right a wrong?”

by Venolan Naidoo Senior Associate at BCHC and edited by Prof Darcy du Toit   Should an employer be liable to compensate an employee after it has attempted to remedy a wrong that was due to a mistake on the…

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Strikes – it’s not just about the numbers

The month long national bus strike has ended with workers securing a 9 percent increase for this year and 8 percent for next year. What emerges from this strike is that

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BCHC secures major victory at the CCMA for Uber drivers

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What constitutes as a “valid” sick note

Listen to Bradley Conradie explain to John Maytham, Cape Talk radio in an interview on what constitutes as a “valid” medical certificate Listen here  

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12 October 2015 Classic Business with Bradley Conradie.mp3

Listen to  12 October 2015 Classic Business with Bradley Conradie .mp3  here.

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Q&A by Bradley Conradie in the Entrepreneur Magazine

Bradley Conradie discusses what to include in your employment contracts and how to protect your business.

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Why state owned enterprise retrenchments fail

 

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Edcon dismissals probed by the high court

Bradley Conradie discusses the effect of the Labour Appeal Court judgment in the Edcon matter.    

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Consequences of failing to follow the correct procedures relating to retrenchment

Bradley Conradie discusses the failure by enterprises to follow the correct retrenchment procedures.  

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Failure to retrench staff has serious consequences for state owned enterprises

Bradley Conradie discusses the consequences of failing to retrench in state-owned enterprises.  

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