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The 2022 Code of Good Practice on the Prevention and Elimination of Harassment in the Workplace includes sexual harassment

The Code of Good Practice on the Prevention and Elimination of Harassment in the Workplace, 2022 (the Harassment Code) came…

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On 30 March 2022, the Constitutional Court handed down judgment in the City of Cape Town’s favour in the alleged…

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How will covid-19 be managed in the workplace once the national state of disaster ends?

On 15 March 2022, the Minister of Employment and Labour signed the newly drafted Code of Practice: Managing Exposure to SARS-COV-2…

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BCHC: Must employers hold a hearing before placing an employee on precautionary suspension?

March 13, 2019

Case review: Long v South African Breweries (Pty) Ltd and Others [2018] ZACC 7 On 19 February 2019 the Constitutional Court handed down judgement in the case of Long v South African Breweries (Pty) Ltd and Others in which the Court unanimously rejected the applicant’s submission that employees are entitled to a pre-suspension hearing. Facts…

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BCHC: What you need to know about the recent amendments to the CCMA rules

February 21, 2019

In this newsletter we look at the recent amendments to the CCMA Rules which came into effect on 1 January 2019. The need to amend the rules flows from practical issues that have been experienced by the CCMA and from the recent changes to legislation. Whilst most of the changes to the Rules may not…

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BCHC: “A right to right a wrong?”

October 17, 2018

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 employer’s part? From time to time, employers make mistakes (as opposed to deliberate acts) which infringe…

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Strikes – it’s not just about the numbers

May 16, 2018

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

July 11, 2017

Read more about this landmark ruling below

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What constitutes as a “valid” sick note

January 23, 2017

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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Radio interview with Bruce Whitfield on 702

September 11, 2015

Bradley Conradie speaks to Bruce Whitfield about the reasons state-owned enterprises won’t retrench.

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Constitutional Court rules on Edcon Retrenchment Verdict

Bradley Conradie comments on the Edcon Retrenchment Verdict.

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