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Charged with one thing and found guilty of another

In the Labour Court case of EOH Abantu v (Pty) Ltd [Case No. JA4/18], the employee had been found guilty of a charge that was not specified in the employer’s charge sheet.  In short, the employee had been found guilty of gross negligence, when gross negligence was...

When the impartiality of a Commissioner is disputed

CCMA and Bargaining Council Commissioners must conduct arbitration impartially, and in an unbiased fashion.  When there is a perception of bias, a party can challenge the offensive conduct. This is precisely what occurred in the recent Labour Court case between...

The chasm between regret and remorse

An employee may regret having committed an act of misconduct, but they may not be remorseful for having done so.  This distinction is important when considering both in the context of mitigating circumstances, after an employee has pleaded guilty, or been found...

Hearsay evidence is admissible at times

Hearsay evidence is evidence tendered by an individual who relays evidence which he/she did not personally witness with his/her own eyes or senses, but heard from someone else. Hearsay evidence is considered to be unreliable, problematic as the source of the evidence...

The days of Recognition Agreements are pretty much over

Those old enough to remember the labour relations environment in the 1980’s will remember the emergence of Recognition Agreements. The then Labour Relations Act had no codification of trade union rights, or what we today refer to as ‘organisational rights’.  Way...