Principles and Practice of Labour Law
Principles and Practice of Labour Law outlines the basic principles underlying the new South African legislation scenario and, through discussion of court decisions and legal literature, investigates both the t
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Principles and Practice of Labour Law outlines the basic principles underlying the new South African legislation scenario and, through discussion of court decisions and legal literature, investigates both the theory and practice of labour law.
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Table of contents
General introduction to labour law
CHAPTER 1: - Development and organisation of labour law
CHAPTER 2: - Nature and application of labour law
Individual labour law
CHAPTER 3: - Introduction to contract of employment
CHAPTER 4: - Duties of employers
CHAPTER 5: - Duties of employees
CHAPTER 6: - Termination of contract of employment
Collective labour law
CHAPTER 7: - Introduction to collective labour law
CHAPTER 8: - Trade unions
CHAPTER 9: - Bargaining councils and other bargaining bodies
CHAPTER 10: - Collective bargaining
Statutory prescribed conditions
CHAPTER 12: - Basic Conditions of Employment Act
CHAPTER 13: - Employment Equity Act
Resolution of labour disputes
CHAPTER 14: - Unfair labour practices
CHAPTER 14A: - Unfair dismissal of employees
CHAPTER 15: - Dismissal based on operational requirements (retrenchment)
CHAPTER 15A: - Transfer of contracts of employment (section 197)
CHAPTER 16: - Collective labour disputes
CHAPTER 17: - Conciliation, mediation and arbitration
CHAPTER 18: - Adjudication of labour disputes
Labour relations in public service
CHAPTER 19: - Public sector employment: general framework and principles
CHAPTER 20: - Special categories of civil servants: security services and public education
CHAPTER 21: - Municipal Services Employment: General Framework and Principles