Case Law Update
The National Minimum Wage Act became effective on 1 January 2019 and four new labour law amendments are due for approval in the short to medium term. The Constitutional Court’s recent reinstatement of 44 Woolworths employees, shows that case decisions have a powerful effect on labour law. What was lawful just last week, may be unlawful this week due to a decision laid down in the labour dispute system.
During this seminar we will:
- Gain understanding of the significance of the key amendments under the National Minimum Wage Act, Basic Conditions of Employment Act, Labour Relations Act and Labour Act Amendment Bill.
Analyse recent case law on the meaning and significance for employers of:
- the Constitutional Court’s reinstatement of 44 Woolworths employees
- the Constitutional Court’s dagga decision
- the Constitutional Court’s Assign Services decision relating to the use of labour brokers
- the Constitutional Court’s decision criticised as condoning the singing of racist songs
- the Labour Court’s decision on the dismissal of employees refusing to change their terms and conditions of employment
- the Labour Court’s decision on the validity of a dismissal of an employee who has resigned
UPCOMING SEMINAR – 5 April 2019
This seminar explains the significance of:
- The National Minimum Wage Act
- Basic Conditions of Employment Act amendments
- Labour Relations Act amendments
- Labour Laws Amendment Act
- Crucial case law decisions of the Constitutional Court and Labour court
Date: Friday, 5 April 2019
Time: Registration 8:45 Close 16:30
Investment: R2530,00 (incl. VAT) per person (Less 10% for 3 or more bookings).
Includes working manual, excellent buffet, attendance certificate & parking
Venue: Sunnyside Park Hotel, Carse O'Gowrie Drive, Parktown, Johannesburg
Enquiries: Contact Ronni
E: [email protected]
T: 084 521 7492
Presenter Ivan Israelstam has over 15 years of experience as a CCMA litigator and 4 years as a CCMA commissioner. Book early to secure your seat.