Peter le Roux

ENSafrica

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Q4 | 2021

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  • Q4 | 2021 in Employment - Africa and Middle East
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Webinar | coming out of Covid: what happens next?

South Africa - April 8 2022 On MON 4 APR, the South African Cabinet decided to lift the National State of Disaster, effective from TUE 5 APR. With this transition upon us, what…

Lauren Salt, Stuart Harrison, Joe Mothibi

Webinar | Harassment in the workplace: what does the new code say?

South Africa - March 30 2022 A new code in SA, aiming to prevent and manage harassment in the workplace, has created a plethora of new obligations for employers.

Siphamandla Dube, Audrey Johnson, Pareen Rogers

Webinar | interdicts against violent strikers: what does the future hold?

South Africa - March 10 2022 Join ENSafrica Employment Executives as they analyse the recent Constitutional Court judgement. No information provided herein may in any way be…

Irvin Lawrence, Fritz Malan, Dion Masher, Balindile Shezi

Interdicts against violent strikers: what does the future hold?

South Africa - March 7 2022 As strike season approaches, a recent decision handed down by South Africa's Constitutional Court shows why it's important for employers to identify…

Compelling employees to give evidence in arbitration proceedings

South Africa - December 24 2021 Can an employer discipline an employee who refuses to give evidence in support of the employer's case at a CCMA arbitration where the employer is…