6 edition of Dismissal, discrimination, and unfair labour practices found in the catalog.
Dismissal, discrimination, and unfair labour practices
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Dismissal, discrimination & unfair labour practices|
|Statement||by John Grogan.|
|LC Classifications||KTL1304 .G763 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lviii, 622 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||622|
|LC Control Number||2008556380|
Dismissal, Discrimination, And Unfair Labour Practices avg rating — 3 ratings — published — 3 editions Want to Read saving /5(7). As a respected practitioner and writer in the field of labour law, with publications such as Workplace Law () and Collective Labour Law () to his name, any academic work from Grogan's pen is received with high expectations. The second edition of Dismissal, Discrimination and Unfair Labour Practices, which complements Grogan's Collective Labour Law (), offers the reader a Author: Barbara E. Loots.
This edition not only expands and updates the original 22 chapters on dismissal, from unfair dismissals to retrenchment, but now includes comprehensive chapters on . If it infringes upon the employee’s fundamental rights, is one-sided, unnecessary and/or inappropriate under the circumstances, it falls under unfair labour practice. Here are some examples of common unfair labour practices by employers: Failure to Re-Employ a Former Employee – a no-no in South African labour law. If an employee was.
It is unfair treatment by an employer of an employee or job applicant. There are a limited number of unfair abour practices that the LRA defines, the types of treatment, which may constitute an unfair labour practice, are discussed hereunder. Section of the LRA states that “every employee has the right not to be subjected to an unfair. CHAPTER 5 Unfair Labour Practices: Section Unfair disciplinary action (1) Section 33 in so far as it applies to the dismissal of an employee, does, read with the necessary changes, apply to all other forms of disciplinary action against an employee by an employer. (2) Disciplinary action taken against an employee in contravention of section.
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This second edition of Dimissal, Discrimination and Unfair Labour Practices provides a detiled overview of the law relating to the relationship between individuals and their employers from the commencement of that relationship to its termination.5/5. This entry about Dismissal, discrimination, and unfair labour practices has been published under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY ) licence, which permits unrestricted use and reproduction, provided the author or authors of the Dismissal, discrimination, and unfair labour practices entry and the Encyclopedia of Law.
The book established itself as a trusted companion for lawyers, union officials and others engaged in labour litigation. This new work not only expands and updates the original 22 chapters on dismissal - from unfair dismissals to retrenchment - it now includes comprehensive chapters on unfair labour practices and discrimination law.
John Grogan. is the author of Workplace Law, Dismissal, Discrimination and Unfair Labour Practices and And unfair labour practices book Labour Law. Dr Grogan has been involved in the practice and teaching of labour law for over 20 years, and left his position as head of the Department of Law at Rhodes University for private practice as a labour lawyer in /5(1).
The scope of the Labour Relations Act. Part B: Unfair labour practices What is an unfair labour practice. Specific forms discrimination unfair labour practice Non-statutory unfair labour practices. Part C: Unfair discrimination Unfair discrimination Prohibited grounds Specific discriminatory practices.
Part D: Victimisation. This edition of Dismissal, discrimination and unfair labour practices provides a detailed overview of the law relating to the relationship between individuals and their employers from the Read more. This work incorporates sections on unfair labour practices and discrimination, both areas of the law which are developing at an exponential rate.
In the past two years, there have also been significant developments in the law relating to dismissal, both in labour forums and in the civil courts. John Grogan has 11 books on Goodreads with 59 ratings. John Grogan’s most popular book is Dismissal, Discrimination, And Unfair Labour Practices.
Unfair Dismissal: a Guide to Relevant Case Law (Industrial relations law reports) Dismissal, Discrimination and Unfair Labour Practices. by John Grogan | 31 Oct Paperback Goodreads Book reviews & recommendations: Home Services Handpicked Professionals Happiness Guarantee: IMDb.
Dismissal, Discrimination & Unfair Labour Practices, published inis an update and successor to Le Roux & Van Niekerk's The South African Law of Unfair Dismissal (). The author, John Grogan, is a respected writer on labour law with extensive practical : M.E.
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It is unfair treatment by an employer of an employee or job applicant. There are a limited number of unfair labour practices that.
unfair labour practice, are discussed hereunder. an unfair labour practice.” • An occupational detriment, other than dismissal, in contravention of the Protected Disclosures Act,on account of an employee.
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Unfair Dismissals, Unacceptable Labour Practice and Related Issues. The Labour Relations Act (LRA) regulates labour practices in South Africa and defines actions that are deemed to be unfair labour practices.
According to the LRA, workers have the right to be treated fairly. Disputes about unfair dismissals and unfair labour practices* *See flow diagram Nos. 10, 11, 12 and 13 in Schedule 4. If there is a dispute about the fairness of a dismissal, or a dispute about an unfair labour practice, the dismissed employee or the employee alleging the unfair labour practice may refer the dispute in writing to.
UNFAIR LABOUR PRACTICE CCMA Info Sheet: UNFAIR dismissal - MAR FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT THE CCMA OPERATIONS & INFORMATION DEPARTMENT ON () OR YOUR NEAREST CCMA OFFICE WHAT IS AN UNFAIR LABOUR PRACTICE It is unfair treatment by an employer of an employee or job applicant.
Discrimination for any reason, whatsoever, constitutes an unfair labour practice. Section 5 prohibits employers from practising any form of discrimination against employees. Every worker is entitled to fair labour practices. There are several types of unfair dismissal and unfair labour practices.
Workers may consent to pre-dismissal arbitration. Department of Labour. Basic Guide to Unfair Dismissal and Unfair Labour Department of Labour. Document Format. 3 pages in document, you are previewing the. UNFAIR DISMISSAL GENERAL PRINCIPLES The Labour Relations Act provides in detail for the regulation of dismissal disputes.
In the process much of the present legislation regarding unfair dismissal is codified although a number of new principles and terminology (such as the so-called "automatic unfair dismissals") have been included.
Among others. The Labour Court noted that restricting the unfair labour practice and unfair discrimination provisions to current employees by virtue of a literal interpretation of the term ‘employee’ “is at variance with an interpretation that promotes constitutional values and in particular, the right to equality in employment and the right to fair.
Employees have a right not to be subjected to unfair labour practices. By Magate Phala Section of the Labour Relations Act, 66 ofas amended provides that every employee has the right not to be: (a) unfairly dismissed, and (b) subjected to unfair labour practice.The book established itself as a trusted companion for lawyers, union officials and others engaged in labour litigation.
This new work not only expands and updates the original 22 chapters on dismissal - from unfair dismissals to retrenchment - it now includes comprehensive chapters on unfair labour practices and discrimination law.
Author: John Grogan.A Introduction Section 23(1) of the Constitution1 provides that everyone has the right to fair labour practices. This provision is becoming very influential and factorial in labour legislation.2 Although the exact content of this right is not capable of precise definition,3 it will be demonstrated herein that it is capable of wide definition and scope and that it could be utilized by both.