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Natural justice for employees : the problem of judicial review in employment relations.
Work plays a dominant role in modern society. It is through work that the economic well being of any society is sustained. Workers who perform various tasks contribute to the well being of society as well as to their ...
Intolerable conduct in a constructive dismissal : an exploration of case law dealing with intolerable conduct.
This paper focuses on the issue of constructive dismissal in terms of s186(e) of the Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995 which defines dismissal to include circumstances where an employee resigns because the employer has made ...
The Mauritian law of procedural fairness within the context of dismissal for misconduct : a comparative study with the South African doctrine of unfair labour practice.
The main premise of this treatise is to discuss the Mauritian Law of Procedural Fairness within the context of Dismissal for Misconduct: A comparative study with the South African Doctrine of unfair Labour Practice. It ...
Fair dismissals : a critical analysis of the 'appropriateness of sanction' in light of recent developments.
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