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Substantively Fair Dismissal

  • Use this checklist ensure your employee's dismissal is substantively fair
  • Do you have an employee that you want to dismiss, but aren't sure if it's substantively fair? Here's how to make sure it is so you don't pay thousands in compensation if your employee take you to the CCMA. According to The Labour Law for Managers Loose Leaf Service, substantive fairness means there's a fair or valid reason for you to dismiss an employee. If you dismiss your employee and th... ››› more
  • [13 December 2016]
  • Ask yourself these 5 questions to mare sure your employee's dismissal is substantively fair
  • Do you have an employee that you want to dismiss, but aren't sure if it's substantively fair? Here's how to make sure it is so you don't pay thousands in compensation if your employee takes you to the CCMA. Substantive fairness means there's a fair or valid reason for you to dismiss an employee. If you dismiss your employee and the reason is automatically unfair, you may be ordered to rein... ››› more
  • [13 December 2016]
  • Case law: Can you dismiss an employee for lying? Yes!
  • Lying is a form of dishonesty and depending on the circumstances may be serious enough to warrant dismissal. This is because it could make an employment relationship intolerable because it damages your ability to trust the employee. Find out how the Mosselbay Municipality won their dismissal case because of an employee's dishonesty... Mr J van der Merwe vs Mosselbay Municipality (2009) 18 SA... ››› more
  • [20 October 2016]
  • R146 700 paid to an employee guilty of misconduct! Don't make this one mistake...
  • It's your worst nightmare! You have a water-tight case. You've got all your proof the employee's guilty, but you make one silly mistake. And now you have to pay a guilty employee. And to add insult to injury, you now have to take the employee back too. Find out what Traffic Violation Services did wrong so you don't end up in their shoes, paying a guilty employee. The case: Elias vs Traffic Viol... ››› more
  • [11 July 2014]



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