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Labour legislation and SMME's: The impact of sectoral determination 1: contract cleaning sector South Africa on the growth of small, medium and micro enterprise
(University of the Western Cape, 2006)
This thesis explored the impact that Sectoral Determination 1: Contract Cleaning Sector, South Africa had on the growth of small, medium and micro enterprises (SMMEs) in the sector. It critically examined the prevailing ...
Mandatory court based mediation as an alternative dispute resolution process in the South African civil justice system
(University of the Western Cape, 2014)
Civil litigation is the primary method of dispute resolution in the South African civil justice system. This process is characterised by a number of shortcomings which include the adversarial nature of the process which ...
Protection of pregnant employees in the South African workplace : a labour law perspective
(University of the Western Cape, 2015)
The Constitution of South Africa lists pregnancy as a prohibited ground for discrimination. The South African labour law regime likewise makes provision for the protection of women and pregnant employees in the workplace. ...
Deductions from employees’ remuneration: seeking clarity in the law
Sectoral Determination 9,1 Wholesale and Retail Sector echoes the wording found in the Basic Conditions of Employment Act2 when it comes to the section pertaining to deductions from employees’ remuneration. It is unclear ...
Can labour law succeed in reconciling the rights and interests of labour broker employees and employers in South Africa and Namibia?
(University of the Western Cape, 2013)
The ever increasing regional and global trade competition has manifested itself in a growing number of non-standard forms of employment including the increasing use of "temporary employment services" (or “labour brokers” ...
Effects of multiple trade unions in public institutions of South Africa: The case of Ekurhuleni East Technical and Vocational Education and Training College
(University of the Western Cape, 2019)
The power and influence of unions in South Africa is often associated with creating maximum beneficiation for their members. This is based on their ability to, among other things, mobilise industrial action and represent ...