When you have people working for you, it's important to ensure their safety at work.
All employers are obligated to register their employees with the Unemployment Insurance Fund.
If your business is serious about attracting and retaining talent, it must factor in these hard knock realities.
As with any industry, the hospitality industry has a framework of rules, regulations and guidelines for issues pertaining to human resources.
Govt department dealing with labour/employment issues
If you have the unpleasant task of firing an employee, you need to know what is considered fair and unfair according to Labour Law.
Find the answers to the most common questions around labour legislation.
An overview of labour legislation pertaining to HIV/AIDS and employeer/employer relations
There are procedures to follow when issuing an employee with a written warning.
A website containing news and guidelines on labour/employment Laws and related issues
Employees enjoy certain types of leave under the BCEA, namely annual, sick, family responsibility and maternity leave. Each category of leave is specific...
Minimum wages are set as part of the overall conditions of service in the identified sectors or areas.
As an employer, one of the many labour laws that will affect you is the Basic Conditions of Employment Act (BCEA).
If you have an employee who is pregnant or breastfeeding, it's important to be clear on what your and your employee's rights are regarding her pregnancy.
This is a tool to help you assess what your legal obligations are with regards to various aspects of running your business.
What exactly is the CCMA, how does it operate and how can you avoid ever having to see the inside of their building?
What are the employee's obligations when giving notice in terms of his contract? And what can the employer do if he breaches those obligations?