EMPLOYMENT LAW

Current available statistics show that Employers who are not represented only enjoy a 36% success rate with regards to awards being awarded in their favour. However, in disputes where only the Employer is represented, only 24% of the awards awarded are in favour of the Employee. This is an indication that there is a need for representation of both Employers and Employees – for us a win-win situation (Tokiso, the Dispute Resolution Digest 2015).

  • Dispute resolution
  • CCMA and Bargaining Council processes
  • Legal representation in the Labour Court and High Court
  • Informal mediation and negotiation
  • Formal mediation and arbitration
  • Internal disciplinary hearings and chairing formal disciplinary hearings
  • Workshops on both the chairing and initiating of internal disciplinary enquiries
  • Retrenchments due to operational requirements
  • Organisational restructuring
  • Workplace training
  • Public law employment advice
  • Regulatory advice
  • Workplace audits
  • Collective bargaining