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An increase in the minimum wage would have come as a welcomed development for thousands of workers in South Africa. However, one of the country's largest worker's unions believes the increase does not make much of a difference. 


Labour law amendments could boost job creation in South Africa. This is the message from the Employment and Labour Minister Thulas Nxesi. 


Companies and organisations across South Africa may be required to re-evaluate how they conduct business in 2024. This is because the labour laws are on the verge of significant transformation over the next twelve months. 
 


The practice of disciplining an employee twice for the very same infraction is called “double jeopardy”. In most cases, such practice would be found to be unfair because it both excessive and punitive instead of corrective. 
 


The retail sector is often burdened with the issue of stock losses or shrinkage. Employers also grapple with identifying the perpetrator(s) of the offence who sometimes act in concert with other employees. 

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