Employment law was always meant to serve as a regulatory process, effectively overseeing the rights and duties between employers and workers. Also known simply as the labor law, the set of regulations contained in it are primarily devised to keep workers safe and make sure they are being treated fairly.

Still the main task of the labor law is to mediate the working processes between workers (employees), employers, trade unions and the government. Collective labor law relates to the tripartite relationship practiced between employee, employer and union.

The following are our Labour Law Services:

  • CCMA Litigation.
  • Bargaining Council Litigation.
  • Unfair Dismissal
  • Section 197 transfers.
  • Drafting of Employment Contracts.
  • Employment strategy consultancy.
  • Relevant in-house training and labour related presentations.
  • Due diligence exercises.
  • Drafting of Recognition Agreements.
  • Advice on labour implications of mergers and acquisitions.
  • Advice on retrenchments and rationalisations.
  • Advice on the Employment Equity Act and other employment-related legislation.
  • Conducting disciplinary inquiries & chairing of inquiries.
  • Conducting investigations on behalf of employers relating to various aspects of misconduct in the workplace, including fraud, nepotism and sexual harassment.
  • Conducting negotiations with unions on behalf of clients.