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  • Two ways to postpone that arbitration date if it doesn't suit you
  • One of the things you must do when you receive notice of the arbitration is to check if the date and time suits you. If it doesn't, you have two options...Read on to find out what they are so you can use postpone an arbitration hearing if you need to. When it comes to arbitration, the CCMA has to give the parties (you and your employee) at least three weeks' (21 calendar days) notice of the dat... ››› more
  • [27 January 2017]
  • Is there a difference between CCMA conciliation and arbitration?
  • Our labour experts get a lot of questions regarding labour issues. One question that keeps coming up is whether or not there's a difference between CCMA conciliation and arbitration. The short answer to this question is 'yes'. Keep reading as we explain how CCMA conciliation and arbitration differ so you can handle the process of dispute resolution effectively and lawfully. Yes, the... ››› more
  • [13 January 2017]
  • 8 Important pointers for questioning your witness during arbitration hearing
  • Arbitration is a full re-hearing of a case. It includes an investigation of the fairness of your procedures leading up to your employee's dismissal. During the hearing, you must give evidence to prove why the employee was dismissed. This includes questioning witnesses to prove your case was fair. The first pointer to note when questioning your witnesses, is you must lead the questions but n... ››› more
  • [16 November 2015]
  • One vital step to make sure you're prepared for arbitration
  • As you know, arbitration is a full re-hearing of your entire case. This includes an investigation into the 'fairness' of your procedures that lead up to the dismissal ofone of your employees. So for something so extensive, it's important to be prepared - and this one tip can help you don't just that... The importance of researching case studies Conducting a search for similar cases to you... ››› more
  • [06 November 2015]
  • Follow these eight tips when questioning witnesses at an arbitration hearing
  • Arbitration is a full re-hearing of your case against an employee. It includes a full investigation into the fairness of the dismissal. Presenting your evidence at the hearing is vitally important because it's what you'll use to prove your contractual right to dismiss her in the first place. Amongst the presentation of your evidence, you'll show that your company suffered harm or that, if the ... ››› more
  • [08 October 2015]
  • Five tips on presenting evidence at an arbitration hearing
  • Arbitration is a full re-hearing of your case against an employee. It includes a full investigation into the fairness of the dismissal. Presenting your evidence at the hearing is vitally important. After all, it is what you will use to prove your contractual right to dismiss him in the first place. Here are five tips on how to present evidence at an arbitration hearing: 1. First of all, ... ››› more
  • [13 September 2015]
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