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Term of the day: Con-arb

by , 19 August 2013
A combination of conciliation and arbitration. If the dispute isn't settled during conciliation the Commissioner will immediately move into arbitration. Conciliation and arbitration take place one after the other on the same day.

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  • If CCMA proceedings are instituted by a group of employees, the forms only need to be signed by one employee, but a list of the names of all the employees party to the dispute must be attached… or you can object.

  • A dismissal dispute must be referred to the CCMA within 30 days of the date of the dismissal.

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  • If you fax a document and are later asked by the CCMA to bring in the original, you must do it within seven days of the request.

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