Employers do sometimes find it difficult to prove at CCMA hearings the allegations they make against employees, who have been dismissed. One of the most common forms of evidence used in modern workplaces is camera videotape evidence. However, this is not without problems. This week Ivan Israelstam quotes cases where the camera videotape type evidence has been challenged.
Employers would be unwise to assume that just because an employee already has a final written warning on file, that the employer can simply go ahead and process a dismissal. This week Ivan Isralstam explains the complexities to be taken into account - such as the validity of the final written warning.