privileged and challenged to be south african.

we're all in this together.

Archives

20172016201520142013201220112010200920082007200620052004200320022001

News

General: DISMISSING IMPRISONED EMPLOYEES

When an employee is imprisoned for having committed a crime, there could be more than one reason why the employer might want to terminate employment. The employer might feel...
Read More

General: DISMISSING AN IMPRISONED EMPLOYEE

An imprisoned employee is unable to fulfil his or her contractual obligations in terms of the employment contract. But is this a sound basis for dismissing the employee?It w...
Read More

General: PROBATION DISGUISED AS A FIXED-TERM CONTRACT

PROBATION DISGUISED AS A FIXED-TERM CONTRACTHow does one easily get rid of an employee who does not shape up? The idea of a fixed term contract might seem like a good soluti...
Read More

General: DEALING WITH ‘INVISIBLE’ ILLNESSES

Managing an employee who suffers from a ‘visible’ illness or injury (e.g. a damaged or lost limb or back injury) is difficult enough. Managing a situation involv...
Read More