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Virtual hearings are here to stay – 3
Virtual hearings are here to stay – 3

Zoomed out of a job If there was any doubt that an employer may conduct a disciplinary hearing on a virtual platform at a time determined by it, that doubt has finally been shattered by the Labour Court. The decision in the matter of Mokoena v Merafong City Local Municipality…
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Virtual hearings are here to stay – 2
Virtual hearings are here to stay – 2

Virtual consultations are valid: The Labour Court refused to entertain “self-serving” preferences which were ignorant of health and safety requirements South African Breweries (“SAB”) took a step forward into the “new normal” when it advised trade unions FAWU…
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With(out) prejudice

What is the purpose of marking correspondence “without prejudice”? The general position is that without prejudice correspondence is inadmissible in court. The term “without prejudice” means...

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